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About Rignes

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  • Birthday 05/08/1971

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    Pennsylvania, USA
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    Gaming (PC, Board Games, RPG), Magic the Gathering (Legacy and Commander mostly), Most recently model painting for Tabletop use.

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  1. Thanks so much! He was a fun one to paint. @RogaDanar MoM is an excellent game. It's one of our all time favorites. In fact we just played last night! The app handles a good portion of things but if you have any questions feel free to PM me and I'll do my best to answer. Also, the BGG forums are active, the rules forum probably already has the answers posted somewhere if you don't want to wait for me to answer. Sometimes I don't check the forums for several days.
  2. This is the first time I'm taking on scales in any real way. I used techniques from Rhonda Benders scales classes. It's also the first time I've done lines on this "scale" (Dad joke, sorry). I'm planning on painting darker scaled along the back to make a sort of striped pattern like is seen on some snakes. And, of course, the other details. Mouth, scars, teeth, spikes on the head... etc. I used the Philipine Cobra as inspiration.
  3. Has anyone tried the new Red Dot series of Synthetic brushes from R & Co? It's a new product line for 2021. They suggested it when I contacted them about when they think they'll be able to import Kolinsky Sable again. Seems they are going to be out of the market for a while until they get their cert updated.
  4. Hello everyone, I personally own the Watson model. My wife and I play games most every weekend and this comes out every time we play. They have had two other successfully funded and fulfilled campaigns which is why this one is 3.0. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/burky/game-toppers-30-upgrading-every-game-you-play?ref=d0b3gw The attached picture is one I took while playing Mansions of Madness. The dice towers we have are older and may not be available anymore, but they do have alternatives. Anyway, I thought I'd share it here since they
  5. I'm glad you like the Golem. Honestly, he was the one I was most worried about. All of those lines... Just don't zoom in or you'll see all of the flaws. :D
  6. Thanks everyone! I learned a lot from this set. Props to @minipaintingstudio for the great videos. Very educational. I didn't have Frostgrave in mind with the bases. But if I ever get to play I know what kind of bases to use now. :)
  7. Just finished this. Better late than never right? 🙂
  8. Another reason I suspect why spray primers are so random with Bones is because of variances in how close you hold the nozzle when spraying. Let me explain... No, let me sum up. :) I was watching a Black Magic Craft video where he said people were having issues spraying on foam for terrain where it would melt the foam. He demonstrated that if you hold the nozzle to close while spraying it would melt, but if you held it farther away (I think he used the distance on the bottle instructions) that it would not. The reason, he posited, was because if you are to close the propellent
  9. yeah, I have a bottle of Vallejo Matte Varnish I picked up at Blick Art Supplies and it's not bad.
  10. Oh yeah...Dark mode is sweet.
  11. Oh yes, Dark mode is a must in my book for almost everything I use online. If it's available I turn it on 100% of the time. So much easier on the eyes...
  12. Perhaps try two pliers. Wrap small piece of grippy rubber independently around each part and use both pliers to twist opposite directions. Maybe cut strips from one of those rubber jar opening things you can get at a grocery store. Barring that I'd E-mail [email protected] for some advice.
  13. Maybe the background color was inspired by Braaaains Pink? I like the new layout. Looks more modern and clean.
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