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Lochar

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  1. Two early bird captain ($364) open currently.
  2. God help us all, it's a winged Jackelope!
  3. Very nice. Narthrax makes an excellent gold dragon, seeing as how I painted him that way too. :P
  4. So, continuing on my metallic dragon set, we have Narthrax the Golden. And yes, I can see where his tail didn't quite fill in perfectly. I'm not playing with greenstuff yet. :P
  5. My soul might agree with you but my bladder and break schedule at work disagree. As you can get written up at my job for visiting the restroom when it is not your officially scheduled break time I spend most of my work days dehydrated. WTF? You know, that's probably an OSHA violation then...
  6. Here's to hoping you don't have to go to the surgery!
  7. No, but you are responsible for fixing it. Chop chop.
  8. There's a few times you can use hex, if you use something like Kingmaker or other bolton Pathfinder systems that also let you do a little overworld exploring. They're built to use the hex system.
  9. New update, new stretch goals. And new freebie. I like the freebie again. And if we hit all the new stretch goals that's going to be a LOT of the ones I wanted.
  10. Libel suit incoming. You were supposed to clarify that for him, buglips. Six week old sewer water and stank scented soaps. :P
  11. Really, that's cruel and unusual punishment for those who have to hear the singing.
  12. On my wet palette, here's how I make a wash or glaze. Wash: 1:1 one drop water to one drop of Reaper paint. Mix well. Glaze: Put a drop of water on the palette. Separately, put a drop of reaper paint. Scoop a portion of the paint out with the back of your brush handle, mix well with the drop of paint. If you need more glaze, do new drops of water and dry off the back of the brush between scoops so you don't increasingly water down the actual paint. What you call a wash ratio, I call a base coat, but the principle is sound. ETA: Well, I use more like 3:2, paint: water, but close enough. A glaze should be really, really thin. A wash should be thin, but can be thicker than a wash, if you want it to have a stronger effect. The thinner your paint, the more layers it will take to do what you want. How can a wash be thicker than itself? But yeah, I usually use either straight paint or 2:1, or 3:1 paint:water for my basecoat. The point being that for washes to thin your paints by up to double the amount of water you use for basecoating, and then for glazes use just enough paint to color the water. Glazes are thin enough that having to use two or three coats of it to get the tinting to show isn't a bad thing.
  13. Since they've introduced freebies at the X5k levels, it's possible they could start filling in additional unlocked at that level, or double unlocks at the 10ks. Especially since they're doing their stretch goal pics in short sections, it's easier to go 'always the plan!' if they want. :D
  14. On my wet palette, here's how I make a wash or glaze. Wash: 1:1 one drop water to one drop of Reaper paint. Mix well. Glaze: Put a drop of water on the palette. Separately, put a drop of reaper paint. Scoop a portion of the paint out with the back of your brush handle, mix well with the drop of paint. If you need more glaze, do new drops of water and dry off the back of the brush between scoops so you don't increasingly water down the actual paint.
  15. Wash: thinned paint you slap onto a model to deepen shadows. Glaze: even more thinned paint you carefully use to tint the underlying base color.
  16. You might want to be careful with those last two pics, MM. I see boobage.
  17. Spelljammer! Granted, I've played neither but I'd love to play Spelljammer more, myself.
  18. I meant to work on things tonight, then found out today tonight I'm doing actual work. Forgot maintenance was scheduled for tonight at work, so there goes my painting time at home. Bleh.
  19. Yeah, I see her to be kneeling on the statue with the left leg going down the angle of the back of the animal (which is hidden under the cloak). I like it a lot. It's like a little vignette the way it is. Add a little rubble or some columns nearby and she'd be perfect with a good story. ETA: Yeah, last time (I swear!). I jumped up to an EB Captain. I really absolutely can't go higher than that. The only reason I was able to go up to Cap here was because I just sold an older DVD theater system that gave me a bit of extra cash. That's what you said last time... :D
  20. I'll be getting one, and if I get it early enough, I'm going to use it in a Pathfinder game.
  21. You know, I'm not certain which would have been funnier as an April Fool's joke. This, or saying you had switched to decaf. BWAHAHAHA! *washes with the coffee soap and guzzles down copious amounts of coffee from the giant-sized skull mug* You do realize your Mrs.' joke on you today was swapping out the coffee for decaf, right?
  22. You know, I'm not certain which would have been funnier as an April Fool's joke. This, or saying you had switched to decaf.
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