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About maxstyles

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  • Birthday 07/17/1963

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  1. Nice job this year y'all! I'm still working on this years video but its come really soon. Also don't forget to DM me a mailing address to so I can send your chip this year. Thanks everyone for being so cool! Jeff
  2. Gaming counts! (as long as you are using miniatures lol)
  3. Hey y'all, Is everyone ready for WWMD this year? I've got the miniatures for my DnD party and I am trying to decide if I want to start the mod before the day or just wait.
  4. This is so cool I'm glad people are interested. Anyone have any special plans or goals in mind? I think this year I will try to paint a miniature to represent the character in my DnD group. Its a big group so there are 8 characters. Whats that about 3 hours be fig? I think I can do that.... Oh and I couldn't leave my favorite GM out in the cold so I had him pick one to paint for him. Which brings the total to 9 so each one is just under 3 hours. I'm hoping to have them all cleaned, prepped, and primed before the start. Of course, I'm thinking of converting some of them but I haven't decided if that will happen before I start....
  5. What: World Wide Miniatures Day 2020 (COVID-19 Edition) -- its the 7th one can you believe it?!?! When: July 18th(ish) – I say (ish) cuz it’s flexible. If you can’t do it this day, do the next day, or the day after or the day before or the week before. This event is designed to be fun and inclusive to everyone as much as possible. Where: Your place. Be safe. Stay home. Use discord/twitch/zoom/hangouts or whatever else you like. Feel free to add links to your chats below if you like. What: This is the fun part. WWMD is a celebration of this hobby we love while enjoying sharing our obsessions with others who can truly understand. Also to bring in new people to this wonderful and engrossing pastime. How: We celebrate it by doing anything related to the hobby. Anything! Some activities include: Painting, cleaning, prepping, priming, purchasing, trading, reading about, watching videos, organizing, talking about, teaching classes, researching, playing games with miniatures, planning miniature games, building a gaming table, paint rack, display case, basing miniatures, collecting basing materials, writing posts or articles, photographing miniatures, constructing sentences with the word miniature in them. Really ANYTHING that can be connected back to this hobby. Did I say anything? Cost: Just your sanity. You are a miniature painter -- this is probably a freebee for you. Motto: No rules. No Prizes. No regrets. Why: Really? You have read this far and you are asking why? The simple answer is – because we can and we should. But really…. WHY: Why not? Oh yeah if you participate I will send you a poker chip commemorating the event. So that’s pretty cool. All you have to do is DM me with your address so I can send you one. Special Challenges Marathon Challenge: Can you do something miniatures related for 24 hours taking breaks only to eat and go to the bathroom? This challenge is for you. It is based on the honor system but it would be really cool to post pictures of your work in progress. Half Marathon Challenge: Same as the marathon only its 12 hours. 5K Challenge: 5 hours – you get the idea. Community Builder Challenge: This one is new and simple. Do ANYTHING that benefits the miniatures community. Paint miniatures for your gaming group, teach someone to paint, build terrain for your games table, and supporting your local game store. Anything that helps build and support this hobby. Charity Challenge: It is back by popular demand— well it was popular with me anyway — the Charity Challenge. This one is simple. Paint something – sell it – donate the money to charity. I trust you – it’s the honor system.
  6. @Highlander what do you use it for?
  7. maxstyles

    Names and Faces

    Name: Jeff, Jeffer, Jefficus, Max, hey you Pronoun: He/Him, It. Huggability: Don't be creepy but absolutely....
  8. Wahoo you guys rock! Don't forget to PM me your shipping address so I can send you your ribbon and token (poker chip/s). If you did the charity challenge let me know that as well so I can put you in the drawing for one of the three shirts we have to give a way this year. One from Miniature Monthly and two from The Moon on Their Wings. Thanks to everyone for playing along this year. There is more info on the Hobby Hangout facebook group or you can PM me if you want.
  9. You can't see it the picture but he is sitting on a lazy Susan and she was not happy. Absolutely yay! You get to paint all day. How cool is that?!? Another fool just like myself. Glad to know I'm not the only crazy one.
  10. @pineapple -- sounds awesome to me. WWMD is about inclusion and fun. speaking of fun if got my own little WWMD saga happening here. I am trying to decide how I can do my usual time lapse of my 24hour run with out moving the Big Guy. I think it will be cool to see it evolving into the finished piece..
  11. Awesome! Glad to hear it! Don't forget to spread the word.
  12. Its that time of the year again folks! Join in the fun. For those of you in the hobby hangout, I created an event you can sign up at. What: World Wide Miniatures Day 2019 When: July 13th (ish) – I say (ish) cuz it’s flexible. If you can’t do it this day, do the next day, or the day after or the day before or the week before. This event is designed to be fun and inclusive to everyone as much as possible. Where: Your place, your friendly local game store, your paint club, or where-ever you like. What: This is the fun part. WWMD is a celebration of this hobby we love while enjoying sharing our obsessions with others who can truly understand. Also to bring in new people to this wonderful and engrossing pastime. How: We celebrate it by doing anything related to the hobby. Anything! Some activities include: Painting, cleaning, prepping, priming, purchasing, trading, reading about, watching videos, organizing, talking about, driving to and from your FLGS, teaching classes, researching, playing games with miniatures, planning miniature games, building a gaming table, paint rack, display case, basing miniatures, collecting basing materials, writing posts or articles, photographing miniatures, constructing sentences with the word miniature in them. Really ANYTHING that can be connected back to this hobby. Did I say anything? Cost: Just your sanity. Your a miniature painter -- this is probably a freebee for you. Motto: No rules. No Prizes. No regrets. Why: Really? You have read this far and you are asking why? The simple answer is – because we can and we should. Why not? Special Challenges Marathon Challenge: Can you do something miniatures related for 24 hours taking breaks only to eat and go to the bathroom? This challenge is for you. It is based on the honor system but it would be really cool to post pictures of your work in progress. Half Marathon Challenge: Same as the marathon only its 12 hours. 5K Challenge: 5 hours – you get the idea. Charity Challenge: Its back by popular demand— well it was popular with me anyway — the Charity Challenge. All you have to do is donate any of your time/work/goodwill from this day to charity (you pick which one) and you complete the challenge. You define which charity you want to donate to and what that donation is. Remember it’s the honor system and I’m not going to check up on you. Just member you have to live with yourself. You can build terrain and donate it to your war game club or paint miniatures, sell them on ebay and donate the proceeds to Habitat for Humanity. You could donate your time teaching beginners how to paint. Its all good! Combine this challenge with any of the others and get a special reward. Complete any of the above challenges and pm me your address and I will send you a ribbon. How cool is that? I’m hoping cool enough to solve the all world’s problems… but I am helplessly optimistic.
  13. I'm very excited to be attending this year! Wahoo!
  14. I hope everyone had a great time this year (or will have a great time this year if you haven't one your challenge yet) Don't forget to PM me your address so I can send you your goodies. Let me know which challenge you did and if you added the special charity challenge* this year. I will be at reapercon this year so I can deliver them to you if you would rather do that. I did video on my facebook page which you check out here if your are interested. * special charity challenge this year.
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