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  1. The vampire arch enemy of Van Richten
    11 points
  2. Hey everyone, here's my second Dwarf Giant Slayer. This model was also sculpted by Aly Morrison. All painted with Reaper MSP Color, here's the list;
    11 points
  3. Clearly an indicator that you should keep feeding her chocolate.
    11 points
  4. 10 points
  5. Hmmmmmmm.....................................
    10 points
  6. Pics are of my Brinewind boat. Figure is a Heroforge mini. Base is a Dwarven forge terrain tray. Backdrop is from Trainjunkies.
    9 points
  7. My girl's fever is down but now she can't taste her coffee or smeel shampoo, chocolate she can taste..
    9 points
  8. What He Said!!!! Call in the BOMB SQUAD! UXB! UXB!
    9 points
  9. These are both Nolzur's.
    8 points
  10. Terribly! They we're able to identify fewer than 50% of all the species I selected for them. If this were a botany glass I would have failed the lot of them. But they're learning, and that's the important thing.
    8 points
  11. Update, back from vacation and still have all my interns. So if you were betting, hope you bet on them all sticking around. Though after our field work in the crippling heat (98F with a heat index of 108F today and roughly the same tomorrow) this morning and tomorrow, they may regret that decision. Heck, I love my job and warm weather. But even I'm starting to regret working it with the crazy heat wave we're getting right now.
    8 points
  12. This does sound like an awful color. I have been watching some old episodes of NCIS (but new to me since I did not start watching that show until season 4? or 5?) and, well… Burnt Hombre I have seen this color on their autopsy table at least twice. DA may've been joking, but it is a colour, and not a pretty one.
    8 points
  13. Probably wouldn't work, the librarian put it that way to mess with historians
    8 points
  14. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Put "artisan" or "gourmet" in front of it and they'll rave about it.
    7 points
  15. Top flight USA type steaks and genuine Maine lobster!
    7 points
  16. Picked up a couple mundane items, but have put both to use already today. Harbor Freight had a coupon for the rolling stool & Wallyworld had the "TV tray" on sale. It'll work for now, till I actually set up upstairs in a more permanent setup. If I go with double booths I'm gonna have to get a board or something. I need to find a rolling tray-thingee for my airbrush compressor. Currently only using spray cans.
    7 points
  17. Saurman looks different in the reboot......
    7 points
  18. We had a rental car a couple years ago that we dubbed "Baby poop brown A graphics design instructor from college told us a story about an annual report where the designers had gone with duo-tone printing. Black Ink + a single Pantone Color They learned the hard way that Black Ink plus Goldenrod #7 is a bad idea with halftone photos of people (VPs and up). Luckily they caught it at press-check. Like BCA Pink? I have tested the idea it makes a good undercoat for Yellows. (I have six bottles of it.)
    7 points
  19. Denzel Washington's dog....... "Care Otters" Hey only have one of those folding spray booths for over a year, but finally used it!! Decided to try it out with some spray cans & it works fantastic. Looking forward to using it with the airbrush, later this week.
    7 points
  20. I will! They're now assembled, undercoated, based and given a Brown Wash. No problems so far (I did manage to drop Astri and snap the tip off her bow, but it glued back on easily enough), if anything I think they've been easier to prep than normal resin due to the lack of mold-lines. So I guess I'll still be buying Kingdom Death minis if they stop producing resin versions (Oh noes! Buying more minis, how terrible!). Now on to the hard part, painting!
    7 points
  21. American. Burgers and fries, steaks, fried chicken, bbq, etc. Don't forget the odd ingredients. It'll need to be free range wasabi nut butter and quince jelly on gluten free organic hand made spelt brioche.
    6 points
  22. This is really hard. I have always had a knack for cooking Italian food but I'd probably do some sort of Mediterranean something leaning towards Greek.
    6 points
  23. O'Malley's Genuine Chinese Buffet & Taco Emporium!
    6 points
  24. a cheese steak. fries or onion rings $19000. because if you have money to throw away on a five star, you should probably be parted from it.
    6 points
  25. Not yellow enough. That baby is healthy. Good food of course! Otherwise, I would not have 5 stars. BBQ with sauce would be my style.
    6 points
  26. I prefer to keep what little sanity I have left, therefore.... It would be tacos or something like that, and just a few friends over. If I'm going to run a business it so won't be in the restaurant industry.
    6 points
  27. This was my first thought when I saw the pic too! Just remember, when ladies are sick, sad or angry....stand back and throw chocolate.
    6 points
  28. I don’t think I have a static worst color. Though I’m not a fan of the way Target makes red look beige.
    6 points
  29. 6 points
  30. Filter system install scheduled. .. maybe this time the R/O system will actually get hooked up; dog knows the last one never did. >.<
    5 points
  31. Ooohhh... Hard choices!!! I love Greek and Turkish food but also Asian ( Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian, so much to choose from!), maybe Tex Mex or Italian? Oh oh...what will it be...I can't choose... So..it will be Mediterranean/Asian/Mexican Fusion!!! Yeah..that's it..!!! Wait I forgot the BBQ...
    5 points
  32. I don't think I'd ever own a five star restaurant because a lot of places I've seen that rate five stars are as focused on the ambiance and presentation as much as the food. And that's not really something I'm any good at. I could probably do a three star restaurant with poor lighting, grumpy waiters, and great food though. Regardless, the cuisine would just be a mix of basic dishes prepared correctly with the best quality ingredients and paired with appropriate sides and libations. No gimmicks like gold leaf ice cream or imported beef that was massaged by a team of handlers every day. That's all just silliness that doesn't improve the taste of anything.
    5 points
  33. June 15th QotD: What type of cuisine would you serve your customers if you own a five-star restaurant?
    5 points
  34. @Thoramel How did the interns do with identifying the sedge grass?
    5 points
  35. Thanks @Pezler the Polychromatic, couldn't find my bottle...☻
    5 points
  36. Finished the last three Ghouls...(pics taken before flocking and sealing) Some more progress on the Ghoul Queen... Brown Wash on her crown bits, Ebony Flesh on the scabbard... Same on her accessories, with Shadowed Steel on the metal bits. Moving on with the Beastmen, wood putty on the bases.
    5 points
  37. Roof! https://www.facebook.com/groups/2418164861823205/posts/2962574780715541/
    5 points
  38. COTTAGE - PAINTWORK & DETAILING I've started working on the cottages paintwork, I am about 60% done so far, I still need to apply washes and filters to the brickwork, finish the door and add some light weathering to the piece. The windows were painted using the 'hairspray chipping method' to make them look old and worn, and I will probably employ the same technique on the door. I have used some clear projector slides to add 'glass' to the window frames, which I then dirtied up using Mig's 'Dirty Glass wash'. It looks like I have overdone it a little in the photos, but that is just because it is quite dark, with an LED inside lighting the cottage up it looks quite good. I will probably add some curtains next as the final detailing. THATCHED ROOFING I have also begun work on the thatched roof, I have experimented with several techniques and by far my favourite was the twine method, which is also by far the most tedious and time consuming, however I think the end result will be worth it. The technique involves gluing strands of hemp twine to a long strip of cardboard and then unravelling the strands to create a straw effect. The twine I am using is a 6 ply twine (i.e. it is made up of 6 individual woven hemp strands), each of these strands can also be unravelled to create a mass of fine hair like fibres. Due to the tedium and for my own sanity I have only been making one thatch strip per day, whilst I work on other aspects of the cottage. Once I have finished all of the strips, they will be glued to the roof in an overlapping fashion, after which the fibres will be straightened out using a fine comb and and tidied up with a set of hair-clippers. Once done the fibres will be fixed into place with watered down modpodge ready for painting. Here is how the thatch strips look when overlapped (They still need combing and trimming down, but you get an idea of the desired effect.):
    5 points
  39. GASP! *faints at the mere notion that any colour could be bad*
    5 points
  40. If we're allowed to include imaginary colours, I would probably go for one of those that Douglas Adams came up with, such as Gan Green, or Burnt Hombre.
    4 points
  41. Somewhere in the middle. It was supposed to hit 99F today, not sure if it made it. While there are certain colors that I don't chose to paint with, it's not like I actually hate them or anything.
    4 points
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