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  1. I have been working on a pair of goals for my Dreadball Extreme game. I have them pretty close to done, but I am debating on adding color to the hoses hanging off the back of the goal. There is a part of me that wants to just leave them the way they are. On the other hand, I feel that adding some color to the hoses will help with the overall look. The other question that I have is if I do add color, what color should I add? Please share your thoughts as I could use a second opinion on these. Thanks.
  2. One of my goals for the summer is to be able to host a Dreadball League. In preparation for that I thought that it would be fun to put together my convicts team and get them painted. Here is the team all together Balls Guards Injured Players Jacks Strikers Overall I do feel like I am getting better. I am still working on several techniques. I am still trying to get the hang of layering. I now own the LTPK for layering from Reaper and I am sure that I will get better at it. I am really happy with the skin on the guards. I have a few eyes that are a bit wonky. Overall for tabletop quality, I think that they turned out alright. Comments and pointers are always appreciated.