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lstormhammer

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  1. Thank you for the well wishes. Everyone stay safe out there.
  2. I'm *trying* not to be a creature of legend becoming myth. --LSH
  3. I happen to live near a Tap Plastics, and I got a boatload of 25mm disks from them on the cheap. --LSH
  4. Hey, folks. Sorry if this was answered elseforum, just came to mind as I was standing in the LGS. In regards to shipping the KS backers their copies of the minis from all the levels, are those going to be thrown into a box and sent, or packaged up with a blister ack and sent out? I would think it easier to 'dump them in a box, slap a stamp on the box'. Less materal needed, etc. I mean, the plastic models are very durable, so why the heck not? I'm not going to turn my nose up if a box of unpackaged plastic arrived at my doorstep... All apologies for typing and grammar errors, I'm literally standing in the LGS getting a weird look from the store owner banging this idea out on an old 'Smart' (senile, at this point) phone... --LSH
  5. I've moved since the last time Reaper sent something to me. Unfortunatly, the postal carrier I now have is the laziest bastarge in existance. If the box is too big to fit the rediculously tiny mail box, he stamps it 'undeliverable' and goes on his way. Had more than one shipment of Blue Bottle Coffee lost because of it... --LSH
  6. Sidenote: Did slap a drybrushing of OD mixed with a bit more yellow and it does look a lot better. Sorry I didn't reply earlier, was pretty tired when I saw your responce. Thanks for the CnC! --LSH.
  7. Yeah, always has been a weak point for me. That particular one is superglue'd sand from Michael's craft store, spray painted along with the rest of the model. I'll get there, just need practice... --LSH
  8. Here's another one banged out today. Been on my shelf of shame for a few years now. I need to work on the picture taking. The model is pretty good, but with that high a resolution, the skull face looks bad. I thought to cut a step and try and paint white directly over the black. My bad... practice-practice-practice. I used to be better, honest! --LSH
  9. I know, right?! But seriously, been making an effort to getting paint jobs to the level of 'Completed'. Dare I say- 'show off-able'. Also; Living In The Future moment, relying on my phone in a coffeeshop. I would have crashed my flying car, anyways... --LSH.
  10. Mornin', everyone. Got a bit inspired to slap some paint together. The pics are a little bleached out, sorry about that. The model is tiny. I wanted to do it as a black wolf pup (the halloween theme and all), but once I finished drybrushing and Dullcote-ing it, it came out more gray than anything... Hope you like! --LSH
  11. At first blush, those do look great, and I would happily contribute. (You can already hear the 'however', can't you?) ...However, the only problem would be that when I usually run zombie horror, it's mainly low-to-mid-level Generic Medieval Fantasy. So having a Wanderer shuffle on by in his Dockers Khaki's would seem a little strange. (pauses, thinks). Unnnnnlesss.... It's a post-apoc universe where Humanity is only beginning to bring itself back from the brink of extinction, and a isolated autocratic society has developed, and the 'adventurers' are just 'the ones dumb enough to go out and beat up zombies for the safety of the community... Fantastic. I've logic'd myself into chipping into this project. :D --LSH.
  12. ReaperKit has imported the data through several forums. This is the third incarnation (that I know of). Some of the very old threads are jumbled wrecks of barely-intelligable words. (and their organization is incorrect, too! Dohohohoh!). Hope that helps. --LSH
  13. My general plan is to paint one or two a week, to get myself back in to the habit of painting. Their main use will be for Generic Medieval Fantasy RPGs, when and if I get a new gaming group together.
  14. Yeah, my bad about that. RL took over and only reciently (coughkickstartercough) did I have a thought of 'man, I miss that place'. I'll do better, I promise... --LSH, old man on the mountain.
  15. Figures the day I pop by and see how things are there's a thread about how long this place has been going. I ask only one thing: Continue your awesomeness for another ten years. --LSH.
  16. As long as you're not waking up at your desk in the middle of the day asking yourself that! Ask me no questions, I'll tell you no lies... :D --LSH.
  17. There's days, Eastman, when I wake up and not only ask 'who am I', but 'do I have pants on?'. :D --LSH
  18. Thank you, all! But seriously, It's good to be back. I have got to make it a point to show some of the minis I've been working on. Mini Companies Who Shall Not Be Named make 'Armored Futuristic Space Vikings', which I've been painting and doing a snow motif on the bases. It's coming out fantastic. Will post some to the WIP boards. --LSH.
  19. Hi everyone old and new. I know it seems a bit of a shock to some, and a bit of a 'who's this?' to others. I've been gone for some time now. I have a very good reason for it, though. A few years ago, the office I work (Financial Aid) had two people in critical positions, and neither of them were doing what they needed to. So in essence, I had to do work well above my pay grade and my only reward was not to be yelled at by students. A little under a year ago now, I took a promotion to be one of these critical people. We replaced the other idiot with someone who was born with a brain. Thank goodness. It's taken us most of that time to remove the horrible backlog of files in the office. This meant ending a lot of things I didn't want to. Mostly vacation time and 'slacking online', which means you wonderful people. While not as interesting as say, being captured in a French prison for a crime I didn't commit, it's what happened. I hope to be around here more often, but with the new responsibilities, I don't know how much I will be. Certainly more than 'none'. --LSH, AKA Jay.
  20. Just making some notes for the game, I see that both Haldir and CuCulain are interested in playing grease monkey types. This is fine, but I also could see some cross-pollenation happening there. Which is a fancy way of saying 'stepping on toes'. :) I'll leave it to you two to hammer it out. Maybe they're twins, and one of them is evil.... --J.
  21. Check out the Wiki for SotC, there's some interesting things included in there, especially about the characters. In essence, SotC characters are born on midnight or within hours of 01-01-1900. They are called 'The Centurions' and are the heroes of the century, who will help mold the fate of mankind for this bright, new century. But be careful! For where there is light, there is darkness! Those born on 12-31-1899 are just as villianous as our characters are virtuous! They are the Shadow Centurions, and they seek to enslave mankind to their own nefarious plans... So most characters are going to be about 33, in the prime of their life, hailed and regaled for their previous actions. They are the ones you go to when no one else can solve that which ails the world! --LSH.
  22. Suprisingly, E. That's an excellent idea. One of the great parts about the SotC system (FATE 3.0) is that you can play interesting, non-combat-oriented characters. My tabletop campaign had a scientist who would be furious if someone used her inventions for war. --LSH.
  23. Hi, all! Firstly, still interested in doing this. With luck, I'll keep it short and sweet, and not drag it too long. That's what kills games. (that, and everyone and their uncle having an entourage...) I'm planning on some jungle-esque activities, and all the fun and games that entails... Still have room for more (no more than 4-6, please). And we'll see what we have! If you have a chance, check out the SotC wiki (posted previously) to get a flavor of the game... --J.
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