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About darktremere

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  1. I definitely think that color should be made available. More shades of purple can only be a good thing.
  2. Midnight Lurker....That turned out really nice, and I was wondering how to go about "priming" the plastic before painting, thank you for the tip. Hot Lead............Nice site, I think I'll have to try a couple of different methods given to see which one give me the look I'm after. Did you heat the plastic at all after painting? Or did you just let it dry and call it good?
  3. Thank you both for the tips and advice. I'll try thinning some paint and using it on some test peices.
  4. Ok, I have a question that I'm hoping someone can help me with. I want to paint so transparent plastic pieces so they are a different color, but I would like them to still be transparent, would the clear paints work for this? or is this not possible? Thanks
  5. Try Dazed miniatures, distributed by RLBPS. They are resin for the big guys and metal for many of the small ones. All are nicely done (I have a few for a Cavaman game I run) and paint up rather quickly. http://www.rlbps.com/RLBPdazed.htm I usually call my orders in when I don't get them in person at Historicon or Cold Wars. Never had any bad dealing with Bob or his wife (whose name I can't come up with right now ) Cheers, Brian I looked at their website, they do seem to have nice stuff available. It's nice to hear feedback from someone that has actually picked up some stuff from them. I'm always a little hesitant about dealing with a miniature company for the first time. Chad
  6. Haldir----I'm thinking of using the Dire Bear and it would be nice if Reaper made a Mammoth, or any of the other figures. Hopefully someday they will. I looked at Iron Wind, most of there stuff seems really dated to me, especially when compared to what is being put out now by other miniature companies. Doug Sundseth----That's a nice site, I did a couple of searches earlier and didn't come across that one, thanks for the link.
  7. I didn't look closely enough at the picture of her riding on the bear when I did the search. I thought they were actually two different sculpts, thanks for pointing that out.
  8. Does anyone know if there are any companies that make decent miniatures for various different animals from the time of the Mastodons? Here's a list I copied off Wikipedia with listing the types of creatures I'm looking for. # Woolly mammoth # Woolly rhinoceros # Irish Elk # Scimitar cat # Cave lion # Cave bear # Cave hyena # Steppe Wisent # Muskox Thanks in advance.
  9. Can anyone give me an idea on how large 02878: Dire Bear is? I'm wondering if it's large enough to have a mounted figure on it. Thanks
  10. I like these ideas, great for scenery. Extra ballista bolts stacked in a pile would be nice also,
  11. 50mm. And the little white triangles to the right of the picture should help you figure the size of the fig. 1st triangle is at 1/2", 2nd is at 1". ~v Thanks, that does help . Now I just have to wait a couple of weeks to get my hands on one, or more.
  12. As a Dark Elf player I completely agree. I can't wait to add a couple Reaper Hydra's to my army. Can anyone tell if the Hydra is on a 40mm base or a 50mm. I'm curious as to how large the hydra is.
  13. I don't know if these are what you are looking for, but there is a French company called Fenryll that makes a line of Amazons, including a 3 pack of guards wearing robes. They are nice looking miniatures, but they are made out of resin, just to let you know.
  14. Thanks for the replies, I'll go check on the Ral Partha dragons. I like the new dragon figure coming out from Reaper, but it doesn't really look mean enough for my tastes.
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