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About buckyball

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  • Birthday 12/07/1964

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  1. The soldier guy Covin is from GW Dogs of war. The big guy Seb is a Johmsviking from Gripping Beast. The female archer Orla is from Darksword's Game of thrones line. And Nicolan the nobleman is from Paizo (I think). I might change the figure for Covin. I had picked that figure because it is left handed, and his right hand is partially hidden. When I reread the scenario it said his LEFT hand was missing fingers. Doh! buckyball
  2. Pretty cool miniatures. Buuuut I got plenty to paint right now. I think I will wait and see what becomes available on ebay. buckyball
  3. Here is a photo of the painted figures I received from Samuraijack. i also got some unpainted miniatures and paints from ReaperCon, Thanks Jack Buckyball
  4. Yes those are Chronopia blackblood orcs. Which are really are really hard to find these days. buckyball
  5. In keeping with my hobby goals for 2020 in Feb I plan to: Paint the fifth orc for my blackblood orc warband Paint another ranger for Rangers of Shadow Deep Paint two companions for Rangers of Shadow Deep Paint a Death knight for Rangers of Shadow Deep Paint this month's Mithril miniature My hobby goals for 2020 include: Painting more miniatures for Rangers of Shadow Deep and Frostgrave games (18 so far) Entering at least two miniature painting contests Painting some sci-fi minis for the game Slipstream Painting all the figures in my annual box (13) Painting a Mithril miniature each month [On track with 2] buckyball
  6. Fan Plans for 2019 Paint all the figures in the annual box This one was easy. It worked out to 1 figure every 3 weeks Continue my current Rangers of Shadow Deep campaign and perhaps work on two mini campaigns I managed this last year Paint three entries for miniature painting competitions this year This grew to 5 entries but I failed to enter the contest at Reapercon Run a Call of Cthulhu game for my roleplaying group This did not happen Paint character minis for all the players in my D&D group. This did happen and the party grew to 12 figures Paint a Mithril miniature each month (at least one not only one) I managed this and snuck in two bonus figures Last year was reasonably productive for me. I look forward to the rest of 2020 buckyball
  7. I would really like an Epic NPC man miniature. I don't know how often I might use it, but it would be really funny the first time and would increase my townsfolk minis by one. buckyball
  8. Where is Buc-ee's? And how come I didn't know about it? buckyball
  9. In case you are interested in how miniatures used to be sculpted check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTgt7l4n0ck&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR24v5Nmg9ZaDawS_NfvLon50ZY2WImQ99gsYkXwLDVZQqucwO4xA5qDC5Y buckyball
  10. This month’s Mithril miniature is the female woodman scout. it it reminds me of the character Leela from Dr Who. The figure is supposed to be wearing tights. But it might look ok if I paint the legs bare. Buckyball
  11. Here is something to consider it is called a Piasa Bird You may find it at: https://www.paymastergames.com/product-page/piasa-bird buckyball
  12. I would like to participate this year. buckyball
  13. Has anyone tried this game? It looks kind of interesting as a possible fantasy battle game. One of the big positives seems to be that players may use whatever figures they may already have. So you don't have to go out and buy a whole new orc army. buckyball
  14. Time crystals and Mana worms from Perilous Dark Buckyball
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