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  1. So the new player in the D&D game I okay in is playing a halfling rogue. Awesome, easy! With a bow... And a rapier... Hmm... Okay, well, that's gonna take some work... Let's start by cutting off her hands. And we'll steal this guys bow hand... And, uh.... I guess use a pin for the rapier scabbard? And she's gonna need a base. Happy Seppuku to the rescue! Mix up some green stuff... Blob for a hand, add the basket hill, arm guard for the bow arm... Hua... Okay, not too shabby!
  2. As seen at ReaperCon! About What is MagRelief? MagRelief is a great new material Happy Seppuku came up with to help gamers and model builders add modular elements to their projects. MagRelief is a light duty flexible cloth like material that that is MAGNETIC RECEPTIVE, meaning while not a magnet itself you can stick magnets to the surface. We also textured it using patterns from our stamp line to give MagRelief sheets a realistic surface, so even if you do not take advantage of its magnetic qualities you can still use it to quickly surface your terrain pieces. After you have applied MagRelief your buildings, dungeon walls, or even bases you can add magnets to the backs of your doors, windows, damage markers. No longer do your pieces need to remain static, you can change them around completely from game to game. Secret doors CAN ACTUALLY BE SECRET since you can just pop the door anywhere along the wall there is no hint to your players that they should keep searching the room for a door. What can I use it on? One of the great parts of MagRelief is its flexibility, because it is cloth like you can easily wrap it around surfaces like building corners or round towers. You can cut it with a hobby knife or scissors allowing you to use it on complex shapes. Can I paint it? Yes you can! You can use just about any paint you can pick up in your hobby or craft store. What size does it come in? MagRelief is purchased by the square foot, it comes in 4 (four) 6"x6" sheets. The texture patterns are all fairly regular and easy to blend one sheet to the next. I see more than just MagRelief here. What else is there? We have a couple of items to support the use of MagRelief. During the development we came up with some magnet accessories, jigs to help you make walls, and a mould to let you make your own parts ready for magnets. that you can check out down in the add-on section. There are more details on these down in the add-on section. How is this Kickstarter broken down? Intro/Current stretch goal Pledge levels- Details on pledge levels you can see in the pledge section, all items in your pledge have a corresponding item in our Add-on section, you can check them out there. You will also see our pledge rewards this time have a Bronze, Silver, and Gold label next to them, this is how we will show you what bonus items you get. Pledge Bonus Items- This section will show you what extra items you get from stretch goals, there are three bonus levels Bronze, Silver, and Gold, that all tie to the different pledge levels. Add-Ons- This section breaks down all the items in more detail and shows you the cost should you want to pick up extra items in addition to your pledge. Here is also where you can find the available textures or theme sets. Stretch Goals- This is where we will break down which goals we have unlocked and what is coming up. Most will unlock additional textures to choose from, but some will add to the Pledges Bonus Items to the three levels. Bonus Levels This Kickstarter we broke the pledge levels into Bronze, Silver, and Gold. This way you can quickly see what has been added to your pledge level with out having to look though your individual level each time. Each level tells you what we have added and up-coming stretch goals that will add to that level. Add-ons Here is a list of all of the items that you can get though this Kickstarter, both though pledge levels and as add-ons.
  3. Hordes of Things Jabberwocky Roving the Streets ~ Daughter's Christmas Gift ~ Okay, so I started painting this shortly after I gave it to my daughter for Christmas ... 2014. You can read the WIP. He languished in a box, in my kit, on and off for the last two years. A while back I pulled him out and applied a new paint, Scale 75 Amethyst Alchemy, as a wash over his already green and purple body to give him a metallic look and feel. And now in my recent kick to clear some Shelf of shame Space, I have FINISHED this Jabberwocky. Whew. Just in time to "re-gift" it to her. Here's what went into this bad boy... Basecoats: Body :: Vallejo Yellow Green Face, Underbelly, Spine and Wings :: Reaper Witchcraft Purple Claws and Eyes :: Vallejo Pancer Aces Stencil Washes & Glazing: Purple :: DecoArt's Americana Gloss Enamel Dioxazine Purple Metallic :: Scale 75 Amethyst Alchemy Highlights :: Claws, Wing Spines, and Horns :: Scale 75 Black Metal Horns, Wing Spikes, and Tail Spike :: Vallejo Blue Violet Eyes :: Reaper Sun Yellow blended to Reaper Rach Red Flagstones: Reaper Ruddy Brown Vallejo Yellow Green Reaper Rattlesnake Leather (Promo Color) Highlights :: Reaper Rainy Grey Crevices :: Reaper Grey Liner Base: Happy Seppuku Flagstone Stamp Green Stuff Architectural Tile Sample All in all, he was an interesting build and paint. The only thing I don't care for on this mini was the sculptor's treatment of the claws. They were kind of armor-like and didn't quite fit in with the overall esthetic of the mini. Here's "Wocky" ... Enjoy! Added to Thrym's General Show Off List
  4. JDizzO

    GW Skaven Clanrats

    Here are my new were-rats! I wanted to have more than melee so I did a lazy conversion by grabbing some GW zombie bits with spears. I stuck a wooden bead over the spear part and filled it with supper glue. A little paint and viola not to shabby (for the table anyway). I cleaned up the bases a bit after picture time as well . I am working on a scenario with a cult of were-rats worshiping ZBP Abominarat. Should be fun .
  5. A quick paint and my first real basing experience. I used green stuff and a Happy Seppuku stamp. I am happy with how they turned out and I learned a lot in the process. The kobolds are nothing special, just cannon fodder for some pesky adventurers.
  6. JDizzO

    77048: Mocking Beast

    I really enjoyed painting this one. It has been mostly done for a while, but I finally did the finishing touches and based it as well. Can't wait to use it
  7. My first goblinaid goblin painted. I can't quite remember what mix of greens I used for the skin. I know the basecoat was HD Turf Green. As a side note, the HD colors do work pretty well. One coat over a black primer, and it had good coverage. I was surprised. I tried to use different leather colors for all the different leather bits. The inner bit of his cloak is CDA barbarian leather. Tanned shadow for his loincloth. I used a Scale75 paint for the boots. Not a huge fan. They seperate out pretty badly. I had to open it up and mix it with a barbecue skewer to get it properly mixed. Even then, it was thicker than most mini paints I've used. Even thicker than Citadel paints. The fur accents on the boots and the cuffs are a base of slate grey from Scale 75, with rainy gray drybrushed over. Base on the back of the cloak was dark shadow, with dark skin as the highlight, and Citadel Nuln oil to darken areas. The base was done using Happy Seppuku's broken earth stamp. Primed it black, painted Reaper PP volcano brown into the cracks, and then Ginger Cookie over the top. In hindsight, I probably should have gone with something that was more of a light brown rather than tan. Ah well. Still doesn't look too bad.
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