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I was at Adepticon in the Chicago area earlier this month.  I took pictures.

 

The whole album (except for Crystal Brush entry photos) is here, and here are some to look at:

 

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The legendary Julie Guthrie and Bob Ridolfi!

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The Reaper Paint 'N' Take:

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I took one picture of my work.I brought "Black Moon's Bane", the spelljammer, and a group of my painted minis.

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I also took Crystal Brush photos in a separate file.  Photobucket is being a little wonky, but if I can get them straightened out I will post them by tomorrow.  There were so many beautifully painted minis!

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Many Yays and Likes! Pictures!!!

 

I'm at work so I'm not really supposed to be looking at these right now, but Many Thanks for posting these Pingo!

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And you didn't come say hi? It was a good time. The pics look good.

Oh, er. I'm sorry. I didn't actually know I was coming until a few days beforehand. And I was only able to attend on Friday.

 

It was my first gaming convention. A little overwhelming but fun.

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And you didn't come say hi? It was a good time. The pics look good.

Oh, er. I'm sorry. I didn't actually know I was coming until a few days beforehand. And I was only able to attend on Friday.

 

It was my first gaming convention. A little overwhelming but fun.

 

That explains it, I was only there Saturday and Sunday. Otherwise you would have been standing in front of me in one of those pics. Lol. I wouldnt have recognised you either so its all good. ::D:

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