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gamerrev

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About gamerrev

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  1. I thought it was a good deal with the sample sizes. Now, even better.
  2. Given that the web store showed samples, I was pleasantly surprised.
  3. Opening a recently ordered Learn to Paint #1 Kit, I was blown away to discover that rather than the samplers of the six paints, all the paints in the kit were full sized bottles. Some days are just good like that. Thank you, Reaper!
  4. Got mine, inventoried to find I have everything I ordered, plus the additional NOVA set. I have a few leaners and a couple of topplers, but mostly just pure bonesy awesome. One of the most awesome is the owlbear. I have heard some people's fig is either a leaner or a toppler, but mine stands up. It is just freaky scary, in mid-charging-bite action. Put one of these on the mat and watch your players go "Cool. Oh crap!"
  5. Just got mine. Wow. Again, Wow. Looking forward to taking the new minis and paints out for a test drive, but probably not until I get back from my family reunion, so probably not until mid-July at the earliest.
  6. To the USA: You're getting: Figure Case x1 Clockwork Dragon x1 Starter Paint Set x1 Starter Set 2 x1 Nethyrmaul x1 vampire x1 Your shipment was postmarked on 06-24-2013 and is being shipped UPS Ground.
  7. Man = Anthro Spider = Arachnid Therefore, Anthrachs. Wait, what do you mean that's already a thing?
  8. Late to the party, but I had to say I could not tell. After reading through and going back and looking, I found things that people used as clues. A brilliant paint job on each of them. Well played, sir. Well played, indeed.
  9. Using a sandwich meat plastic container (seals nicely), paper towel and parchment. I don't tend to keep it around for a long time, just use it to keep stuff wet for an extended painting session. As for sponges, the ones we use with dishes I will take every now and then, soak it with water, wring it out so that it is damp, and microwave it briefly. Not sure how long. I start with 5 or 10 secs, and go more until the thing is seriously warm. Steam cleaning!
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