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  1. I'm a 19 and just got my ship notice. Hi there! We're shipping out your Kickstarter stuff! You're getting: Vermin x1 Figure Case x1 Mind your Manors x1 Undead Paint Set x1 Starter Paint Set x1 Starter Set 2 x1 Kaladrax Reborn x1 Deep Dwellers x1 Nethyrmaul x1 Frost Wyrm x1 Spider Centaurs x1 Red Dragon x1 Clockwork Dragon x1 Undead Giant x1 Deathsleet x1 Frost Giants x1 Ebonwrath x1 Fire Giants x1 vampire x1 Eta: destination Youngstown, Oh
  2. From what I was told, the samples may or may not represent an acutal color; usually they were deemed not quite right or were colors they decided not to use. So it's likely not any of the finished colors. I got a tealish kind of sample in my recent order; it's the first MSP i've seen and I think I want to switch over now.
  3. Hmm this thread got quiet, how's it going? I'm currently waiting (impatiently as a ferret on crack) for my (used) copy of the module to arrive. I intend to run it using Castles & Crusades and it's sparking my interest in painting again, so now I have lots of cool new minis to look at as well.
  4. The gnome is my current Gnome Artificer character in Eberron, Schmoodigart van Orlensteen (Schmooie) The Archer is my wife's Shifter Ranger The Paladin is a friend's Kalashtar Cleric. - When I started painting her I just thought cold (edit not clod) so I did the base in snow and dirt. Overall i'm pretty happy with how these all turned out. Mini Gallery Page 6
  5. Another accolade for Hirst Arts. I have several molds and have found them to be top quality. In addition, Bruce is top-notch when it comes to customer service. I also use dark gray Excalibur and Wood Glue. some of my pieces (of which there are actually very few) areHere. They're not quite as shiny in real life.
  6. Yeah, we need a haggis miniature.
  7. Well according to the description they have 8 legs. (MM3.5) But you're right the artist's picture only has 4. I thought they had 6 to tell you the truth.
  8. I think the Battalion Transport by Sabol is the largest of the "commercially available" cases. It holds 20" of trays (of the same type as the army transport) Has a telescoping handle and roller blade wheels on the bottom, so you can pull it like the luggage that it is. and has a shoulder strap and some front pockets. Only thing I don't like is that mine leans forward when setting on its legs/wheels. So I have to make sure it's leaning against something when filled up. I think the only place that sells them is The Warstore Reaper sells the trays as well in the store.
  9. No kidding! I'm always amused at the lengths male trolls, orcs, bugbears, kolbolds and other humanoids will go to to cover themselves when their female counterparts are swinging in the breeze. I actually have, as we have dubbed him, Winky! the Anatomically-correct troll I don't know who made him. I think I got him many years ago from Wargames West.
  10. Pine Sol works. I've also heard brake fluid or oven cleaner but haven't tried it. Also Simply green?
  11. I think it's a sash. Go here for my painted pic of this mini.
  12. Thanks for the ideas, I had even looked at that same page with the examples, but couldn't get much useful info out of the pictures.
  13. We used old pingpong tables (free sorry :) ) , a roll of vellum 1" grid ($18) and plexiglass panels ($30x3) - total cost $108 Pictures in the gallery under Uber Gaming Den (see sig for gallery) Just played our first D&D game on it last night and it was pretty spiffy. I know slightly off topic as ping pong tables are normally not free. And this is really for D&D use rather than wargaming. I feel like that guy in the commercial -- I'm telling everybody :)
  14. I'm thinking Black base with gray/white highlights. covered with high gloss. Anyone have any examples of nicely done obsidian weapons or things I can look at? Thanks
  15. I usually use one or two coats of a folkart type matte (which is really satin) sealer and then hit it with testors dull-cote to get rid of the shine.
  16. I'm using Lysette 14022 for Alexia, 14036 for Father Dumas (works well for the final battle in TLN) 14035 for Borlach even though it's a bit clericy Other than that i'm not too worried about the characters I'm using one of the pirates from the Dragonspine sea box for Capt. Helstrom. Oh I did get the reaper cavern worm for the tunnel worm in the 2nd module, and i'm using a bunch of reaper lizard men for the gatormen Anhurian crossbowmen for the rogues with crossbows in Fools' Errand.
  17. What i'd like is a reaper wishlist on the website, that way the gift giving season would be easier :) Anyone ever discuss this before? I wonder if it's possible.
  18. Hee, thanks for that; I hate to have unrequited otters. They get all bouncy when they think you're ignoring them.
  19. You might try Wargames Foundry They do historical minis from various periods. BTW I think the diorama is a great idea, absolutely brilliant. Otters?
  20. I use the reaper bases, I usually put a generous dollop of 2 part epoxy inside smoosh the (then painted, or nearly painted) mini into the epoxy and slather it around to make a level or semi-level surface over the default reaper base with a coffee stir. Then I submerge it in woodlands scenics' ballast and press in lightly and let it dry. Any other ornimentation I add after with superglue. Oh, while painting I glue the mini to a 2 litre pop bottle cap for easier handling.
  21. W&N Cirrus brushes use Kolinsky Sable as well and i've had good luck with them. They're much more affordable than the series 7s
  22. Generic filler text used by typesetters and The day the earth stood still?
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