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  1. My partner wanted the troll and I wanted to paint others so here we go.
  2. It's a good legal thing. Contractors refused to complete work took 1.5 years to clear permits when we were told 3 months. Either way I won't have to have it hanging over my head.
  3. Duento legal issues finally moving ahead any mini painting and terrain building is indefinitely on hold. Feel free to post opinions on how I should build the fronts
  4. I've been wanting a few quick space saving buildings for war gaming. I decided to make a few false fronts, but use a simplified biscuit (instead of a tab like many paper models) to make them free standing. Rolling out the brick pattern would help. These would be for my foam boards (insert link here sometime). But it turns out my plan of 3 row buildings (8.25x 6 )with separate corner pieces isn't going to fit. Need to decide whether to split up into 2 building pieces (5.5 in long x 6 in high) or do corner and 1 building and have them connect. I also now need figure out whether to plan for an alley when I didn't in my boards. Hmm. Stay tuned.
  5. I think if you seal the spray foam properly you're looking at similar life. terrain tutor uses the foam as a frame. Cuts it, covers it with plaster or sculptamold or some other goop, etc. It's just a method to get the shape you want. A bottle of spray foam is easier to transport and store than minimum purchase 4x8 sheets of foam toom
  6. I mix Corpprea Black, which is traditionally walnut brown and sapphire blue, I think. It makes a nice dark grey that reads as black.
  7. Yeah a bit of a pain, but not a ton of work or time, really.
  8. More brown washing Not sure how much more I want to do, really.
  9. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/941525798/rafm-miniatures-siege-equipment 10 types and crews as add-ons The award winning Rafm Miniatures Siege Equipment was first created in the 1980's. These miniatures have been in production for years but we need your help to retool them, and produce new moulds to continue selling the figures. With your help we can update these items for the modern era. This Kickstarter offers eleven items including Bombards, Ballista and Catapults. These items were originally sculpted in 25mm scale but fit nicely with 28mm figures. See the Kickstarter video for images of the pieces in scale to 28mm Peasant Siege Crew sculpted by Bob Murch of Pulp Figures. The All-In pledge will give you ten pieces of Siege Equipment for use in any miniature tabletop game. More items can be added to these offerings as we reach greater amounts and open stretch goals. The line has up to 40 different pieces that we can get retooled in this program. Join us and lets see how many of these items we can get retooled. All figures are produced in unpainted scaled white metal. Available for use in multiple scales. All figures ship in unpainted white metal. The Peasant Seige Crew is 28mm scale and is sculpted by Bob Murch of Pulp Figures. Some of the painted pieces
  10. I did a light grey drybrush and brown ink/medium wash. Will give it some time to dry. Might be able to do some more dry brushing before i have to wake a kid up.
  11. And after green and golden brown drybrush coats.
  12. A "free" spray will give you rounded hills and stuff. You can cut stuff down, but is better for volcanic stuff. It is easy. I shaped it a BIT with wax lined aluminum foil. It's easyish to do long and flat. Carving isn't so easy, and covering with spackle has been annoying, lots of cracking with what I used. And paint wouldn't fill gaps. Where I left off. I did a thinned gray and regular brown base coat.
  13. I had to buy more spackle Will see about some more texture tomorrow
  14. I know but I don't have the ability to do that. I did the free spray works fine. I had big clumps that weren't useful for anything so I am trying something new
  15. Really like how this one turned out
  16. He looks like a bug bear to me. Highly enjoyable.
  17. I few years ago I emptied a can of spray foam for some hills. I decided to hack up one to see if I could do some scatter that was more rock pile than grassy hill like I've previously done (insert link to foam experiments thread). About a month ago I hacked the foam hill, and last night I glued it to a dead DVD as a base and clamped it. This is what it looks like now. I'm going to let it dry a bit more then give it some goop, then a modge seal. Then drybrush, and maybe some flock.
  18. I think you'd want to start with a lighter brown, wash with a dark brown and drybrush lighter.
  19. Show-off https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/96832-tablescapes-realms-caverns-mines-bridge-set-stair-set/
  20. I got few pieces to add to my previous set due to SW closing. Here's my WIP thread for all of them. These most recent pieces start on p5.
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