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Mr Melons

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  1. How bold of you *coy smile*
  2. The Melons Clan call the position of Booty Security! What say ye!!!
  3. It depends. If you are looking for someone to split the cost of a room you have booked, yes. If you are looking for someone who has booked a room to split with you, more than likely no.
  4. That would be fun! The wife finds you guys just as adorable. We are currently going to be doing our best to have the little melon taken care of at home. But if we can't, then we would have to take him up with us (hopefully we won't have to as he will be 6 months and we don't want to expose him to too much).
  5. At work and I get out right when it's noon CST so the wife and I will be reserving.
  6. Best way to gauge interest is to make a game when they take gaming submissions.
  7. Or...you could take the difference and spend it at the con.....
  8. August 28th through September 1 I would assume. With the 28th being the meet and greet and the 29th being the actual first day.
  9. It's the golden shadow. Tanned Shadow would work better imo.
  10. You can always use image hosting sites like imgur or photobucket have easy to use photo editing tools too, then just link it here.
  11. I would recommend starting off with the cloud giantess. She has curves and lots of skin to practice on. Also, it's easier to learn on larger surfaces before moving on to smaller ones imo. Also, get lots of practice glazing in non "traditional" colors, like purple/reds/greens/blues. It feels counterintuitive but it makes skin look much more alive.
  12. This is coming along nicely! I do have a few thoughts though. Wherever you do end up attaching it to the base, make sure that if you put flock or dirt under the cart, that you make the wagon wheel impressions in it. Otherwise, it'll look like you just glued it on there. Also, make sure to add some wear and tear to the paint on the wheels, as just moving it around some would begin stripping it if it were in real life. Even going as far as adding wear and tear to the bottom of the cart where rocks and debris hit it will add a touch of realism.
  13. I would highly recommend not shackling yourself to just one paint brand. Each brand has it's own properties and consistencies. Scale 75 has an amazing line that has great metallics and some dry very matte. Vallejo has awesome airbrush ready paints in their Air line. P3 has a great all around paint line. And many more, with so many choices out there it can seem a bit overwhelming. But, each can be used to achieve different results.
  14. Since ideas are being thrown around and keeping newbies in mind, my wife and I were talking and an idea came to fruition. We've been seeing that this year, the gaming has pretty much blown up and had a big draw. I'm sure there was also a big draw of first time/new painters that resulted from this. We were thinking that a paint and take is great but lacks any real input besides whomever is your neighbor at the tables. How about a walk up (not online registration) of a "class" that is like a live Learn to Paint Bones kit (just not the same miniatures that come with it). You pick one of three bones figures, grab instructions, grab three paints and begin painting it. The instructor then comes by and walks a person through the steps, providing feedback or advice throughout the whole miniature. I'm sure it could even be cross promoted with the Learn to Paint Bones kits.
  15. Considering the electrical requirements.... probably not.
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