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Yippee!!! Time to dig through the "hoard of unpainted things" for just the right mini!

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My goal is to be done earlier rather than later this time. I might even already have a decent mini for my partner.

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Figure is selected, primed, and even started. With a newborn in the house I'm trying to stay as far head of the deadline as possible. 

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my minis have been ordered... now to wait for the snail mail!

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Yeah....so I had this idea....and started working on it, and it is awesome! I love when things turn out how it looks in my head!

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Just got a box in the mail from Reaper (need to open it but I suspect I know what is inside).

 

Now to paint... in 41C  or 107F temps after adding in high humidity... yuck!

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5 hours ago, robinh said:

Just got a box in the mail from Reaper (need to open it but I suspect I know what is inside).

 

Now to paint... in 41C  or 107F temps after adding in high humidity... yuck!

The sad face is for the temperature. Yuck!

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7 hours ago, Guildenstern said:

 

Truth, shudders

I have the opposite problem as it's cold here. In Australia, we have reverse cycle heating/cooling which is basically an ugly box on the wall that blows either cold or warm air. It sits right above my dining table where I paint. Good thing I use a wet palette!

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On 8/10/2018 at 6:44 PM, Pochi said:

I have the opposite problem as it's cold here. In Australia, we have reverse cycle heating/cooling which is basically an ugly box on the wall that blows either cold or warm air. It sits right above my dining table where I paint. Good thing I use a wet palette!

 

Makes sense, I have friends in Townsville, and some in Armidale - we're always complaining about opposites lol

 Or well, I get to briefly here, Georgia tends to be humid and hot pretty much year round unless you're up in the Blue Mountains, the end of the Appalachians.

 

Reaper's team is *really* fast! I already got my minis yesterday o.O so I bathed em and am gonna prime em soon as I get mold lines off!

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