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  1. great job! but i need details! who makes it? did you do any modifications? sorry if this should be obvious, I havent done much painting in a while but i have a friend who would love this.
  2. "sure. Besides, I am extremely curious to find out what takes a scout ship out and leaves it in one piece. That is one hardy piece of equipment." Joe will start working with Pita to put together an evaluation survey and start identifying potential fault areas to look into.
  3. Joe looks up and at the ship: "we can probably use the shuttle as a relay between the short range radios, it should certianly have the transmitting and receiving power. Misss Sarah, Id be grateful if you could keep in direct communciation with both land parties so you will know what is happening and provide cover for both and an emergency rescue should one be required. Hopefully that will keep disasters to a miniumum!" Joe thinks for a minute "if we can get the scout going, its space based weapons make excellent monster deterrents, makes me wonder why they didn't use the old lightning from god gambit to eliminate the beast in the first place." He grabs up his kit and (hopefully) one of the ship radios and looks at Crystal, "If you think someone with years of ground and space based scrounging can handle a little spelunking that is.." with that he breaks out into a big grin and stands waiting for everyone to get started. Rob: I assume the shuttle has no weaponry?
  4. they are adorable! I will have to dig mine out and paint those sometime. Nice Job!
  5. The chitters are adorable! Nice use of rust monsters. great ideas! but your mind is a strange place 🤪
  6. No worries. Not going anywhere. take your time and get a little unwound, then come back to this. Sounds like you have had a heck of a winter so far! roo
  7. Joe pipes up "you aren't really going to leave me here to guard the shuttle, are you? I have spent enough time drifting in space for one reason or another that I look forward to spending some of that time actually doing something!" Joe doesn't really want to think of the number of months spent drifting half a lightyear from destination because the Jump engines failed again or the shady navigator got drunk while plotting a course. At least this time the ship wound up near a planetary system. "Besides, you need someone with my general skills, i may not be the expert, but i can still get water from the ground or get a starship flying again. Lets find anyone left and get them safe."
  8. I have been reading the playing section. i see no issue playing the way you are. not everything has to be dice rolls and a lot of the best storytelling RPGs I have played in have no dice rolling. As long as you two are okay with storytelling mode, I am not going to complain! Personally I love the flow of what I see but I will be up front: Crystal thinks A LOT more than Joe does. Joe is much more of a 'Poke the bear and see what happens' type guy with his reasoning for poking the bear being 'because it was there' I will give you a response this evening. looking forward to getting back to this! Roo
  9. Andy, these are wonderful work and I loved seeing you compose these on the thread. If they had been cast in metal or been about 50% less expensive i would have the set but the last dragon i paid $50 for stands 12 inches high. inflation is one thing but this seems excessive for plastic. I know they are prone to failed casts and limited reuse of the mould but this is a further good reason to not use the material. If they ever release in plastic or metal, I will be first in line, because these are wonderful and I might get still get the white as I really like that sculpt. So kudos to you for doing a wonderful job with the sculpt.
  10. Hi to everyone! sorry if I wigged out for most of this year. I was dealing with a medical issue that was leaving me with sleeping 14 hours a day and still being tired while holding down a full time job... doesnt leave much time for anything else! ( @Colonel Kane sounds like he has a similar issue, if a bit more hours of work and less illness 🙂) Anyway, I had a procedure done in November which sort of reset the clock on my illness and i find myself with a lot more energy and ability to concentrate. If you would welcome me back, i would like to join you again when you get started. Also, congratulations on keeping together, even with breaks! so many of these fall apart in the first 3 months. Roo
  11. Very well done! I've made a few of these over the years and given them to the person who hosts the games. I think it's really great and allows you to visualize your characters
  12. Uea dragon! Nice job on the little guy and his hoard
  13. A hoppin' good time! and I love your nuts! They came out really well. thanks for sharing Rob
  14. Great job! I see the plant pots and some of the others but I can't figure out what the hexagons are? Any clues you are willing to share?
  15. I think the penultimate procedure I had to write was either changing an incandescent light bulb or how to use a urinal. Both wound up being 6 and 10 pages respectively I gotta admit, how to calibrate a fingernail is spectacular! ! Thanks for sharing that. Bureaucracy is still alive and well I see!
  16. I will miss all of you. Hopefully I will be back next year
  17. Sorry folks, I can't make it this year. Failure of my last adrenal gland is keeping me on a very short leash. Hopefully everything will stabilize for me to come next year
  18. @Glitterwolf thanks. Trying to find time and energy to paint lately has been a challenge, but these were fun... @KruleBear ...especially the bear druid. Between the glasses, the owl and the pipe I was amused.
  19. Just thought I would show them off. They are all from Naga Minis and printed well on the first try with the supplied supports.. Not my best work but the really cool minis cover a lot of sins
  20. I don't know. The coloring and shading looks pretty good for shorts stained with the usual result of death
  21. You got me there. for ender parts I turn to fleabay or the river. they are cheap usually easy to figure out and a lot less hassle than trying to get anyone in customer support to care.
  22. I'll be interested to hear what you receive. the examples of neptunes that I saw required quite a bit of assembly but there could be other options out there. I wish you better luck with auto-leveling than I had. My personal favorite is the Ender v2 which has manual and auto leveling so when the auto leveling fails you can continue printing (another feature not provided by Prusa --- yes I really do not like that company.) Good luck and welcome to the world of 3d printing!
  23. I suppose it depends on what you want. I never had problems with the crealty to need customer service. The Neptune looks like a fine model as long as you like a diy kit. I hat the ender up and printing in 20 minutes. It's all in your experience I guess. People swear by prusa but I've found their support stuck up and unable to ha dle anything not on a checklist and heaven forbid you ask questions about design choices. In the end you really shouldn't have problems with any of the basic printers (ender, Neptune, ender clones) the fancier you get the more problems you risk. At the same time those features can also make printing easier.
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