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  1. Mostly the core set of figures. When I get home I can show some pics. The villagers in particular are quite large.
  2. I received my package yesterday and did a quick check today...looks like I have everything. While I was going through them I couldn’t help but think that they seemed bigger. Sure enough when I got one of my usual scale figures I noticed everybody was at least a head taller. Was there a scaling issue like with Kaladrax or are some of them just bigger?
  3. Anybody from Toronto? Or GTA, or Centre of the Universe...depending on how they feel they should be addressed...
  4. I would rough up the floor and ceiling of the cave to make it seem more natural. Plus it will make figs a little harder to place in there which will avoid the wedged figure or lost figure when somebody gets bored.
  5. Very nice macroture (I can’t bring myself to call something that size a miniature). I think the blue looks good, curious how this turns out.
  6. I haven’t done this myself, but this is a helpful tutorial for a latex and canvas mat: https://gamechangersgames.wordpress.com/2014/11/11/diy-canvas-battlemat/
  7. That is a pretty sweet design. Where did you get it from?
  8. How can I ignore the giant cat hair? The development of mechanical armoured battlesuits can be traced to the meme wars of 2525, also called the Zager feuds. In ever increasing attempts to create online followers of cat pictures several bloggers resorted to using genetically modified cats until the 1:300 cat photos became a trend in “Birdnoise” social media. In the end, humanity was forced to resort to mechanical bipedal fighting suits as the loss of cotton fields and sheep flocks prevented the UN yarn ball development to pacify the monstrous felines.
  9. Mine has survived being handled by over-zealous kids for a couple years...it has been sitting half painted so I don’t mind the kids playing with it. That said, still holding the original leg positions and no issues.
  10. If you paint on colours do a very heavy drybrush if the colours over a concrete colour and it will achieve the effect if faded and peeling paint on concrete at that scale. Otherwise, newer paint tends to be bright and crisp and most modern buildings tend to be in two tones (main colour and highlight colour on accents).
  11. Wow. Very striking I like how the dark effects nicely replicate glowing coals.
  12. Good to see you back. Unfortunately I have also been away. Enjoy the quiet time and the stress relief painting brings.
  13. I like how they both look. The white is heavy but conveys motion in the water elementals.
  14. What a fantastic piece. I love the story that is obvious with name and the placing alone.
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