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About zepgodiria

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  • Birthday 03/13/1981

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  1. A lot of good advice so far here, which I will probably be repeating. I always set the blade first while the adjustable arm is still loose. Once the blade is set and locked in on both ends, adjust the arm to where the blade is taut, then tighten down the arm. Make sure the teeth are pointing down. Always cut with the blade vertical in an up and down motion. Definitely use wax or soap to lubricate the blade. Don't apply pressure, let the blade do the cutting. I managed to make one blade last through half a semester of jewelry class and only had to change it because it got dull. Of course I've never managed that again, but with the right technique you'll get a lot more life out of your blades. Another useful tool to have is a Bench Pin V-Slot w/ Clamp. This allows you to hold your figure or whatever you are cutting in place and sort of forces you to keep your saw vertical. To change the angle of your cut you have to change the angle of the figure.
  2. I will do my best to make it in April. My schedule is still up in the air so I don't know what weekends I'll be available. I'm also new to Warlord but have been collecting for a while. I have a ton of Necropolis, my main army, and a good amount of Reven. Even a few Crusaders. So hopefully I can add a little diversity to the dominance of Dwarf players that will be there. That is, if I can make it.
  3. I planned on being at GenCon last year, but my band ended up being on tour that month. So I definitely plan on being there this year! When is this tournament in Dayton? I was talking with someone awhile back about coming to Cincinnati to play before things at home got too busy. Unfortunately I never made it out there, but I've got lots more free time on my hands now so perhaps i can plan on getting there sometime soon.
  4. I'm also from Indiana. Indianapolis to be exact and have no one to play with. PM me if you live in the area and maybe we can meet up. I'm still somewhat new in the sense that I've never played a real game, although I've had a few Warlord armies for a year or two.
  5. I don't think its their normal vision. Its been a hot minute since I've seen the first one, but don't they show the predators vision as he removes his helmet? Still, I don't think their normal vision is the same as our normal vision so they might still have problems.
  6. Seen it twice now. Loved it just as much the second as i did the first. My biggest fear was that the CG would look bad and it would spoil the movie, but it was perfect. Very realistic for something as nonrealistic as giant organic robots. I thought it had a good mix of comical, dramatic, and action aspects. Definitely the best movie I've seen in a while. not the greatest movie ever, but definitely the best in a while.
  7. From what I understood of what a self proclaimed predator expert friend of mine told me the Predators in 1 and 2 were experienced hunters. The predators in AVP were "adolescents" of sorts undergoing some sort of initiation ritual into "manhood" or "predatorhood". The red tone is infrared vision which basically lets them see heat. The bluish purple tones is UV vision which lets them see ultraviolet spectrum, which is why the predator was able to detect the UV lights the humans were using. I personally am a fan of all the alien and predator movies. Obviously some are way better than others, but I was entertained by them all. A friend and I even started making cards for an AVP version of Star Wars/D&D Miniatures game.
  8. zepgodiria

    Feral Queen

    This is one of my favorite Heresy figures. Its on my "to buy" list. It looks great. I especially like what you did with the hooves and horns.
  9. my buddy just showed me some of that video a few days ago. great suff! Maiden rules!
  10. i just finished up a C++ course. i could possibly be of some help, but I'd have to know more about what you need to do.
  11. HAHA!! Mushi. that rules. Hope you all know where your nearest oil rig is!
  12. Love how the gargoyle is all stone looking. The knoll is awesome too. They should definitely be added to the Reven army!
  13. So yesterday was my last day of finals and I should officially have my BS in chemistry and environmental science soon. As of last friday I had yet to get a job, when an old bandmate of mine calls me up. He says his bass player has to quit for financial and other real life reasons, and I was the first person they all wanted to ask to replace him. I talked it over with my fiancee and she said i should go for it. As a matter of fact, everyone I talked to said to go for it. The band's name is Year of Desolation, they are signed to Prosthetic records (same label as Lamb of God), and will be touring from next wednesday through sometime in september! Their current bass player will be with them through may and i will join up at the end of may/beginning of june. If anyone is into thrash metal check out the tour dates on the site and come see us! Unfortunately this means no painting or Warlord for a very long time. At least I have a month to get some painting done. Hopefully I can do up some of my Reaper figs and post them in the showoff section before I take off.
  14. we have had a tempurpedic/memory foam mattress for a couple of years now. i absolutely love it. i had extreme back pains with our regular mattress. i would never sleep through the night. now i sleep soundly through the night. i don't think i have ever felt hotter in it, but i'm generally hot anyway. I have never tried a sleep number bed, but it sounds like people like them.
  15. I personally do not have any tattoos but most of my friends have several. One friend who has many tattoos says getting tattooed on the underside of your upper arm is one of the most painful experiences he has ever had. I would also stress making sure it is a clean, certified shop. I worked for the health department with the woman who inspected tattoo shops and she told me many interesting stories. It wouldn't hurt to give your city health department a call and find out what shops they would advise against. I think its ok for them to inform you of which ones have violations, but its not professional of them to tell you "the best" shop.
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