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catdancer last won the day on April 5 2013

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  • Birthday 01/15/1940

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    Las Vegas, NV
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    I am an active member of this wonderful site. I also enjoy collecting fantasy female action figures. I paint mainly Hasslefree, Wyrd, Darksword and Reaper miniatures. I also scratch build fantasy buildings, terrain and vignettes...You can view my miniature works and varied photographic works on the below Pinterest link...(BE WARNED...CONTAINS NUDITY)!!!

    I am retired, married to the same wonderful lady for 40+ years...I enjoy classical music, good food & wine, desert walk abouts, desert thunder showers...I love watching movies (westerns with John Wayne) and most all vampire & werewolf movies...I enjoy the retired life with my wife and spending time with our son and our grandchildren.

    Reply to private communication (FB)...Today (at my age) I do not compete or build pieces for model competitions/shows. I leave that to the new young guns of the hobby. I did compete (some 40+ years ago) for a period of 5 years (1972-1976). During that period of time, I built and entered 29 varied model pieces in varied categories (ships, aircraft, armor, cars, miniature figures, sci-fi, scratch built, vignettes and dioramas) for major regional, national and international model shows and contests...winning 25 (1st place awards)...2 (2nd place) and 2 (3rd place).

    In reply to a private communication (FB)...During my career (30+ years) behind the camera lens...I have photographed over 10,000 beautiful women for over a 100 adult men's magazine titles (both domestic & foreign) under a dozen or more varied photographic pseudonyms. My clients were adult men's magazines, paper product firms (cards, posters, calendars, novelty items), coffee tabletop art book publishers, stock photo firms, electronic glamour houses and adult pleasure products & fashions...I was selected/voted the (Photographer Of The Year - 1977) and again in (1997) by AGPA (Associated Glamour Photographers Association)...winning (2) Eros Awards...I was named a "master of the erotic lens" in the photography of the natural outdoor female nude...I also took a 7 year hiatus from glamour nude photography to photograph the deadliest snakes of the world for an international geographic magazine.

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  1. Happy Birthday, I hope you're still out there!!

  2. Thanks for the information. I never really paid any attention to the inspiration gallery or the on line store. Paul (catdancer)
  3. Hello! I have been a member since 2013 and am about to show my complete ignorance. I came upon this topic a few minutes ago and my question is...What and where can the store photos from the Inspiration gallery be found? Paul (catdancer)
  4. Paul!!! Good to see you're posting!!! **** Happy dance*** How are you??? Hello Xherman 1964, I'm back...a post here and there as I catch up on all I have missed. I am good, maybe not like I was before...but still good. Thank you for asking. Paul (catdancer) Your advice for Tiniest is really good, I would never have thought of bird droppings, either. Tiniest, the building already looks great, but if you can pull the bird droppings and varied weathering off... You will have a centerpiece, not just a piece of terrain. I'm also very happy to see you back, Paul. Thank you for confirming you are well again. Hello Darkmeer, Thank you for your comment(s)...Yes, I am back as well as I can be...Appreciate your note on my return.
  5. Hello Pingo, Thank you...feels good to be back...even if on a limited basis. Yes they are all beautiful figures...I have painted all (3) myself...I just love (Jade #02749)...one of my favorite female figures. Paul (catdancer)
  6. Hello MachtigeMaus, My friend...from your posted photos...you have a treasure trove that lends itself to dozens upon dozens of possible creations...and a lot more. Beads of all shapes and sizes can be used to make bottles of potions, lotions and notions...just stick a wooden toothpick into one end...snip it off...and you have bottles with wooden/cork stoppers. Beads of all shapes and sizes (white or colored) can make candle sticks...just stick white thread into the open hole...snip it off...and you have candles with wicks. Chains are chains and they can be used as such wherever chains are needed...just paint them steel/iron...add a touch of rust...and you have miniature chains. The usage list is endless. If you can find them in the past archives...check out the photos of my Renaissance Fair...I have booth after booth with shelves packed with such items. So as I said...you have a treasure trove there. Paul (catdancer)
  7. Hello Sharkbelly, Great choice of figures for your Arabian theme. Nicely executed paint jobs...especially like the dark nubian dancer. If you decide to add another dancer...please consider (Jade #02749)...it is a beautiful sculpture and her garb would fit right in with your theme. I used her as my dancer figure in my Renaissance Fair project. Very well done miniature paint work. Paul (catdancer)
  8. Paul!!! Good to see you're posting!!! **** Happy dance*** How are you??? Hello Xherman 1964, I'm back...a post here and there as I catch up on all I have missed. I am good, maybe not like I was before...but still good. Thank you for asking. Paul (catdancer)
  9. Hello Tiniest Rhombus, I just viewed your stone cottage work pages. I think that you did an outstanding job on that building. I love the stone color variations...clearly evident but still subtle enouigh in your approach and execution. I think you did an outstanding job! Your wood grain work is nicely done...I feel that it could use a little lighter hilite (reddish tan) for a little more separation from the stone. Roof planks look very nice...again I feel that you could use selected area weathering hilites...although the planks are all the same...weathering would still be varied in selected areas for any number of varied reasons. I think you did an outstanding job on this structure overall. ONE THING I DID NOT SEE...nowhere on the leading roof edges or on the roof center crest...the touch of bird droppings. Paul (catdancer)
  10. Hello Chris Palmer, I just finished viewing your 17 pages of ongoing work(s)...I think that your 2 story cork building (page 1) has great imagination and concept and your work execution is very very nice...I think most of your other work is very nicely done. I also love the tree work (page 7)...outstanding. You do some really nice work my friend...take it from a member who has done a little work in the field of scratch built buildings and terrain. Keep up the excellent work. Paul (catdancer)
  11. I wish to thank all of you great people for your well wishes on my birthday as well as your kind comments and wishes in regard to my health. If the good Lord deems it, I will return to build a few more things (I have dozens of ideas)...but if not...it has been my great pleasure to have formed an association and friendship with you great people! Most sincerely, Paul (catdancer)
  12. I want to wish one and all a very happy, safe and sober New Year eve and a great coming year of 2016. This wish goes out to all the staff of this wonderful site...all the great members and friends that I have had the greatest pleasure to communicate with...and all of our brothers and sisters in uniform that could not be at home with us during this holiday season. God bless you all and bless our great country! catdancer
  13. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! Wishing all of you a safe, sane and most festive holiday season and hope for coming peace in our world!
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