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KyleGibson

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  1. The red and most of the paints are GW because it’s the easiest to come by in Raleigh and there is nothing worse than trying to finish a figure and then realizing that you are all out of black or that the red has gone skunky. I am in love with GW’s Dark Flesh, Reaper’s Shield Brown, and one of the Reaper Greys, as well as old Ral Partha human flesh (I don’t know what I will do when I ran out but I picked up about six pots at Dragon Con a few year’s back) Those colors and a few more specifics that I will order online if need be. For the basic palette, I try and go with the easiest to keep in stock. Sadly there is a level of painted on highlight on the reds and blacks but with the high contrast of the black and white it did not show up in the photos. I generally paint on highlights and only dry brush bases, fur, chainmail, and hair.
  2. I have a ton of painted Crusaders, some of which were slaughtered Saturday by Fruggs new Dwarves and awesome Bear Rider mini. She and I also played a campaign game of Sisters verses Necropolis. I really dig the undead riders and may need some. On a side note, by playing a campaign game next to a non campaign game it the difference in play became really obvious. When the casualties will count in your next game it really makes you conserve your forces and focus on objectives!
  3. How about a homicidal switchblade wielding bunny? http://www.sluggy.com/
  4. I know I am a grognard because my first minis were Minifigs D&D pig faced orks and they cost about 30 cents apiece. I first ran into Reaper miniatures at an Animae convention in Dallas. Most of my buddies were huge Animae fans and I liked the stuff and went along for the ride. We rented a van and drove through the night all the way from Columbia, South Carolina. I remember that the con had a freebee table and Reaper was giving away free figures. They were a new company and trying to get their name out into the geekmosphere. The figure was a skeleton archer on a broccoli base.
  5. Thanks for the comments. I apologize if I came off a little defensive but I was recently ripped apart on the Infinity forum and couldn't help but thinking that I had painted the minis relatively quickly so I could play the game. Hi Jenova! I'm Kyle from the Dark Age forum but apparently Kyle was already taken.
  6. It never occurred to me that you couldn't post topless figures on the Reaper boards when Reaper sculpted them topless but I guess it is the difference between bare metal and bare flesh.
  7. We the Poor Fellow Soldiers of the Grand Order of the Temple, subduers of barbarous nations, notify and make known to you, as best we can, that we shall powerfully enter into your country, and shall make war against you in all ways and manners that we can, and shall subject you to the yoke and obedience of the Temple; we shall take you, and your wives, and your children, and shall make slaves of them, and as such shall sell and dispose of them as our Temple may command; and we shall take away your goods, and shall do you all the mischief and damage that we can, as to vassals who do not obey, and refuse to receive their lord, and resist and contradict him: and we protest that the deaths and losses which shall accrue from this are your fault, and not that of our Temple, or ours, nor of these cavaliers who come with us . I painted my Crusader Army based on reports that the Knights Templar fought under a Piebald banner. I thought the Black helmets made them look a little more sinister. I enjoy reading history and the actual historical Crusaders were rather nasty customers. Herzogbrian has started demos to get us all back into Warlord now that the new edition is out. You may have seen some of these figures from pictures of battlefields at his house. As you can see I need to paint a few more troops to march forth under the Piebald Banner of the Temple and the Cross of Saint Andrew! Deus lo Volt!
  8. We the Poor Fellow Soldiers of the Grand Order of the Temple, subduers of barbarous nations, notify and make known to you, as best we can, that we shall powerfully enter into your country, and shall make war against you in all ways and manners that we can, and shall subject you to the yoke and obedience of the Temple; we shall take you, and your wives, and your children, and shall make slaves of them, and as such shall sell and dispose of them as our Temple may command; and we shall take away your goods, and shall do you all the mischief and damage that we can, as to vassals who do not obey, and refuse to receive their lord, and resist and contradict him: and we protest that the deaths and losses which shall accrue from this are your fault, and not that of our Temple, or ours, nor of these cavaliers who come with us . I painted my Crusader Army based on reports that the Knights Templar fought under a Piebald banner. I thought the Black helmets made them look a little more sinister. I enjoy reading history and the actual historical Crusaders were rather nasty customers. Herzogbrian has started demos to get us all back into Warlord now that the new edition is out. You may have seen some of these figures from pictures of battlefields at his house. As you can see I need to paint a few more troops to march forth under the Piebald Banner of the Temple and the Cross of Saint Andrew! Deus lo Volt!
  9. Again blah, blah, blah, I paint to tabletop quality 'cause I actually play with the minis, blah blah, blah Linked for nudity I'll post the Crusaders tomorrow, Herzogbrian. Thanks for running at All Fun and Games.
  10. blah, blah, blah, I paint to tabletop quality 'cause I actually play with the minis, blah blah, blah
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