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Nivek

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  1. A bit off the topic, but I'd like to request a store/website feature: if the bones (white/black) figures could grow a "Kickstarter #" tag, it would greatly help me determine if I already own it or not. Often I stop from buying new bones because I'm doubtful whether I have that one or not. I didn't get all of the options for each kickstarter so this feature would just be to narrow the search a bit. Having the number of the kickstarter would be a great help! Thanks!
  2. Just throwing in a "me too" for the Badger Stynelrez. Use an old .5mm ($20 amazon special...i.e. "junk" airbrush) and it goes on with zero issues. Smaller nozzles or long sessions will experience clogs but that's true of everything. The Miniature Monthly classes are based on using this primer too. Using light coats it dries almost instantly. I still try to give it 24 hours to fully cure, but I have painted over it as little as 5 minutes. Will use up the rattle cans on other minis & never go back for more. Total Stynelrez fan here (now if I could only pronounce it).
  3. The images appear to be darker. Can I assume this means most/all models are bones black material? Can we see a list of intended models to be done in the original material? I liked the original but I really like the bones black stuff. Greatly prefer the harder/stiffer stuff.
  4. If you have a lot of paints, you can use something akin to this: http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/disp...temnumber=93252 The difficulty is in keeping the paints from beating themselves apart while it runs. I put my Valero paints in it for about 5 minutes & it seems to have brought them back (had been just over a year since I'd touched them). Good luck. p.s. I'm not affiliated with harbor freight. And that price is too high for that thing anyway. If you have such a place, keep an eye out for the X% off coupons!!
  5. Wow! Thanks everyone for the replies! I've got some experimenting to do this weekend! I'll probably start with more GS attempts as this is for a mini to be used gaming (may see some wear issues, I'd hate for the paper to get beat up). Again, thanks mightily for the advice!!
  6. Wow, am I dense? I _never_ considered using real paper!! Yeesh, what an idiot I can be! This is what I did attempt. I couldn't figure out how to get it thin enough to look right and get it to roll up without mangling it. I want a rolled up scroll not a wadded paper ball! ;^) I assume you bake it after it's rolled up, right? Thanks for your help! I'd never have thought of that myself!
  7. For a conversion project, I need to craft a scroll. Something like the ones to the left on this: http://www.reapermini.com/FigureFinder#detail/02652 I'm converting "Klaus Copperthumb, Dwarf Thief" into a mage for a friend. I'd like to add a rolled-up/tied-up scroll to his belt. But so far, my attempts with greenstuff end up looking FAR too large (greenstuff-paper Yep, complete newbie here. All advice appreciated! I've thought about just "stealing" from the posted treasure, but I thought I'd at least try to make one before I bought & destroyed that mini! Thanks in advance!
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