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  1. Thanks Goblyn! You are absolutely right, the Wrecker is a weird looking cuss. In hand, he is even goofier looking, so, I was happy with the picture toning it down. It was not my favorite sculpt, but, I needed a warlord model different from everything else. Glad you like the others. Thanks for looking.
  2. Thanks for the comments folks. "Dwarvengers" is supposed to be a mix of "Dwarf" and "Avengers." unidentifiable got most of the models right. Dresden is the Gravedigger without lantern and shovel. Wolverine is a mix of two. The upper half is 14303 Logan, dwarf warlord, and the bottom half is 14515 daughter of Skadi. Thundra is 3108 Azrin dwarf barbarian. Inarah, I promise to look you up the next time I am in town. I am still scratching my head over the pop up ghosts you have, though! Thanks for looking.
  3. These are my dwarf stand ins. I have played them as the original dwarfs, but, I think they'd probably work for the Savage North shorties also. These are supposed to be comic book heroes. I only included the ones I modified or converted. This is Hulk, my warlord Wolverine, and Captain America. Black Panther, Moon Knight, Batman, Black Knight, and Prowler. Thundra, Harry Dresden, and Black Cat. Thanks for looking. Comments and critique from you folks most welcome.
  4. These are minis for my Frost Giants army. They are all supposed to be comic book villains. That is Titania, and my warlord, the Wrecker. Here we have Wendigo (he has a tail, honest), Rhino, and Gladiator. This is Tigershark, Bane, and the Juggernaut. I almost forgot the little based guys. Scorpion, Venom and Grim Reaper. Thanks for looking. Comments and critique from this crowd always welcome.
  5. Nice looking stuff. I agree, the mechs with the flames are pretty slick. That grey camo one is neat also. I like it's victory stance on the vanquished model. Nicely done. Keep up the good work.
  6. I have used the heads of small pins. Cut them off, drill a bit, and stick them in. Or, if those are too small, I have used the plastic clicker of a pen. The tube you "click" to get the ink in and out. Cut off a couple of slices, and they are a bit bigger. I have filled them in with green stuff, finding the inner diameter too small to look clear for my uses. Hope that helps.
  7. And just maybe your Bruins will bring home a Stanley Cup for you, with cupcakes.
  8. 4pm yesterday? I couldn't get that much done with a mission statement and a week off work!
  9. That's pretty cool. I guess we know what you were doing on your birthday. Your backstory to her is just as cool as the mini. I always like your conversions, and look forward to the next one. Keep up the great work. Nicely done.
  10. They were just proxies. I used the supers to stand in for the Dwarfs (Dwarves?) from the Warlord book.
  11. That was a fun game Jay. Thank you. Your angel (I think...) and guardian beast were both monsters, and mowed down that flank pretty quick. I also know that you and Inarah took it easy on me! Great instructors, and even more fun as opponents. All of the super hero figs are Reaper. Wolverine is the upper half of one of the dwarf warlords, and the legs of the gal doing the hammer throw, and some other modifications. Batman is the Captain Griffon (I think that is the name) figure from the Chronoscope line with a some cut and fill. It was a fun game, and I have a game lined up on Sunday to try and show a couple of people how to play.
  12. Tinley was my favorite of your recent shows until I saw this one. The highlights, everywhere. Wow. That gem and holder...and hair, and the smooth skin. Man, just everything. I look forward to your paintjobs. Nicely done.
  13. That is really neat! Hey, if you can have "Bat Poop Farm" as a name, I think "Spooky Woods" fits right in. The details like the various notices and painted scary faces really add to it. Nicely done, and keep 'em coming.
  14. Those were my first two games of Warlord, and I had a lot of fun with it. Inarah and Jay were very patient with me, and are good teachers. They kept it fun, and used all kinds of special abilities to show me what they could do. Thanks to both. I look forward to showing others, as I stumble through the rulebook, and try to explain how Wolverine really is the leader of my "Dwarvengers," and Batman is kind of a peon, while Sgt Rocks Thompson can shoot 18"!
  15. I like all three judges you did today, but, this one is my favorite. It looks like you got the gritty look just right, and I like the color of the shoulder pads. I think you did a fine job on the skin tone, also. Nicely done.
  16. I think that this fur could be any color you want. Shoot, it would be very difficult to find what kind of fur centaurs wore.
  17. I have attempted freckles a couple of times. I used a kind of stiff brush, and after getting paint on it, I wiped it off almost like I was going to dry brush. Then I ran my finger over the bristles flicking the paint to the face. It took a couple of tries, involving repainting the face, but, I ended up with what I thought were passable freckles. Just don't do the eyes before you try it, and clean up where you don't think they belong. An idea.
  18. That is pretty darn cool! It is well put together, and does not look like a mish mash of parts. Nicely done. I hope you can find another reason to break that mini out in a game.
  19. I look at all these post counts you folks have and wonder if I should add. Sure, why not. I got out of painting for a couple of years, and missed it desperately. When I got back started back up, I did some painting every day, but, no less than 30 minutes. When I got frustrated working on a figure, I painted a couple of pennies and dimes. Painted game piece meeples. Heck, a couple were just smiley faces, but, I got back to where I was comfortable again after a few weeks. I am no great painter, but, I thoroughly enjoy it, and that is how I got back in. Just give it a whirl.
  20. "Yes" to thin down, or, "Yes" to as is? Or, are you trying to say both are acceptable? Thanks.
  21. I think this is it http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dernjg/the-monster-numbers-book?ref=search
  22. Well done! I think you caught the "darkvision" look very well. Nice job on the base, also. Yes, good job on the bat, and I picked out the skull easily enough.
  23. I like the 4 color scheme. It looks like it would do what it's supposed to do, and break up the regular lines. Nicely done. Keep up the good work.
  24. I have not tried cutting off that particular head, but, Reaper does sell a headgear sprue that looks to have the same helmet, plus a bunch more. http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/Helmets/sku-down/03202 That doesn't really answer your question, but, I would file it under "tips."
  25. These would all fit just fine on my gaming table. I agree with what Erifnogard wrote. That zebracorn reminds me of something I'd see under black light.
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