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About buckyball

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  • Birthday 12/07/1964

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    Santa Fe, New Mexico
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    painting miniatures playing games

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  1. These are very nicely painted. I also like the one eyed cat. It could pass as Greebo buckyball
  2. I also am looking at this as filler crew for the Reaper bones ship. But their fulfillment date is Oct of next year. So assuming the dates are correct, the Bones ship will come out early next year, then I would have to wait several months for the crew. I am tempted to pass on the kickstarter and just buy a box of plastic pirates when they are available from retail. In the meantime I think I can paint up enough pirates to use the bones ship in games at conventions next summer. I already have many of the Reaper pirate figures painted and like two packs of Foundry pirates from a long time ago. buckyball
  3. In keeping with my long term goals for the year in October I plan to: Paint one more soldier for Rangers of Shadow Deep Paint a character miniature for D&D Paint my last four Hasslefree figures Paint this month's Mithril miniature Vote early in this year's election My hobby goals for 2020 include: Painting more miniatures for Rangers of Shadow Deep and Frostgrave games (22 so far) Entering at least two miniature painting contests (and the monthly Frostgrave contest) -Check! Painting some sci-fi minis for the game Slipstream (20 so far) Painting all the figures in my annual box (2 remain) Painting a Mithril miniature each month [On track with 10]
  4. Here is a link to my painted Anno Domini figures: https://scontent-den4-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/120260761_10158768413203926_4983944766124665408_n.jpg?_nc_cat=107&_nc_sid=825194&_nc_ohc=rJsQCVBnXQwAX9k9rU1&_nc_ht=scontent-den4-1.xx&oh=87dd6b3b455ef4dd2fea97ca9b315091&oe=5F96BCF0 buckyball
  5. Trireme is probably the best. But good luck finding it. buckyball
  6. I have a copy of the original. The version I had hoped to get was the one released in Spain. But that didnt happen. buckyball
  7. In keeping with my long term goals for the year in September I plan to: Paint some more terrain for Rangers of Shadow Deep Paint the last four figures in my Anno Domini 1666 core game Paint two more sci-fi miniatures Paint this month's Mithril miniature And I have as a personal gaming goal, to run Rangers of Shadow Deep on Reapercon Online. Check! My hobby goals for 2020 include: Painting more miniatures for Rangers of Shadow Deep and Frostgrave games (22 so far) Entering at least two miniature painting contests (and the monthly Frostgrave contest) Painting some sci-fi minis for the game Slipstream (20 so far) Painting all the figures in my annual box (5 remain) Painting a Mithril miniature each month [On track with 9]
  8. Very cool eyes. I have quite a few of the chibi style minis. I really need to paint them up sometime. buckyball
  9. The Frostgrave painting contest is on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=2867185660048521&set=gm.1579258312253946 Good luck with your Oiliphant buckyball
  10. I have an ok photo of the little man with his hands on his hips. He is supposed to be a garlic farmer, from New Zealand. I bet that if you posted a photo of him it would be 'Epic'. The werewolf was my Reaper contribution to the exchange. My messy painting style works best on furry things. I am very happy you like them. buckyball (who is relieved you finally got the package)
  11. I played Dark Conspiracy for quite a while years ago. But we had converted the game to the Hero System. Our GM was more comfortable with it. It was a lot of fun. I have also run Dark Matter. The scenario was called the Killing Jar. It was pretty well written, but unsatisfying at the end. I think the best source material for this genre of game, is modern day Call of Cthulhu. I have run many CoC games which had been quite fun. The only downside of playing in a modern (sort of realistic setting) is that people's personal feelings on current subjects may effect game play, as well as player's political views. buckyball
  12. Is it the responsibility of the sender or the receiver to photograph the minis? (asking for a friend) buckyball
  13. My exchange is in the mail. buckyball
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