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  1. So… a speed freak on his first 'trip' to Disneyland? :)
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  3. My friend just came back from Brazil and he had lots of pictures of him with beautiful women (it's a hobby of his). I'll find out what part of Brazil he was in so you can move there. I'm always happy to help a friend ;)
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  4. No matter what title the forum gives you, to me you will always be know for the ugly Brazillian women jokes.......
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  5. You actually get two bodies in the pack, and a separate sprue with two different heads and three options for the right "hand" -- either a gatling-type weapon, spinning blade (pictured), or pincer claw (pictured). I love this pack, as it seems to fall right down the middle in terms of what could be passed off for steampunk (a la Deadlands), or for "rocketships-and-rayguns" sci-fi (a la Slipstream), with some simple differences in painting scheme. (That is, bronze or dark iron and glowing chest-furnaces for steampunk ... and for sci-fi, treat that "grill" in the middle as a place for blinky-li
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  6. A few hundred? It gets that bad? I've only been painting for like two years, maybe. Is this what I have to look forward to?
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  7. Steampunk battlesuit. Something Bioshockish, maybe.
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  8. SPOILER ALERT - In the first one "THE HOBBIT", brave hobbit Bilbo meets some dwarves, fights trolls, meets Gollum, kills a dragon, does some other stuff. In the second one, "THE HOBBIT 2: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO", a developer tries to bulldoze the Shire's community recreation center. The dwarves and Bilbo become breakdancers and have a dance contest/concert to raise some money and try to stop it. In the third film "HOBBIT 3D" (oddly enough NOT in 3D), the tricksy hobbitses build a water park with underwater tunnels and lagoons. As it prepares for opening, a young great white shark infiltrates the pa
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  9. Welcome back! She looks very nice! (You neglected to mention that you have two very good -- and growing -- reasons for not painting in the past 3 years!) If I were painting a figure and I knew I wanted a smooth-topped custom base made out of green stuff, I would do this: 1) leave the figure separate from the base and cut the figure's tab down to a little "spike" under each foot; 2) put some green stuff onto the base, smooth it out with a piece of stiff plastic (piece of milk carton, expired credit card, etc.) 3) while the putty is still workable, add some texture (cracks, wo
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