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nakos

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  • Birthday 01/01/1976

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  1. I'm fully vaccinated and I'll still be wearing a mask even if the hotel doesn't mandate it until I'm comfortable with the herd vaccination levels, which with stupid q people may be awhile.
  2. Hi, long time since I've been on the forums. I was reading a post about how will people know who is safe to hug/get close to/etc. And that got me thinking about something that Reaper could add, or maybe someone could take up if Reaper can't. Ribbons that say 'Hugs Ask' and 'Hugs No'. It's a way to answer social touch consent and not make people feel like they've been 'targeted' if they couldn't get the vaccine for some reason. I deliberately left off the Hugs Yes because at a Con there is always that creeper that would take advantage and if people are already friendly enough to kno
  3. Army Painter spray primers have so far shown the best results, ie not becoming a sticky tacky mess. Every other brand of spray primer has had various results most of which are sticky tacky messes. This only applies to regular bones. Bones Black can be spray painted with any aerosol spray primer. As for the specific wording, it may be that Wren doesn't use or didn't test their black primers. As for varnish, it depends on how it's applied. The reason that aerosol primers make regular bones sticky is the propellant used, which is common across all aerosol spray cans. That prope
  4. 2016 was horror but also the first year of Dreadmere.
  5. 8, 10, I lost count a few years back after giving away a few bottles.
  6. I've used them before and need to use them more. I like the fact that I can thin it on a wet palette and have every consistency from thick to glaze from the same dab of paint. If need be or if preferred you can thin completely with water. I highly recommend thinning in a jar or cup first if airbrushing, but once thinned airbrushes great.
  7. Mine came in yesterday. The handwritten note was a nice touch. For the undead Samurai, the lacing detail is awesome. Seriously THE BEST sculpted Japanese lacing I've seen.
  8. Spend a few dollars and get Creature Caster's drunken brush goop; better for sable brushes and includes a conditioner.
  9. Rotting wood is a better match than any of the other leather colors.
  10. @Sirithiliel I'm no where near good enough for a bronze yet but I can offer some insight into that step from silver to gold. I do Japanese fiber arts for reenactment groups. While it's been touched on, I don't think the difference between silver and gold has been fully revealed. For years I wondered why I wasn't making that leap, what was I missing? I just couldn't see the difference between my Japanese braids and the experts' braids. They all kept telling me I was improving but I just didn't 'see' it. So I didn't believe them and felt very frustrated. So much so that I took
  11. A name and number on the back qualifying as being present is a good idea. There were a ton of people I talked with at Reapercon that didn't know there were/ would be multiple raffle drawings. Many of them were previous attendees and should remember but it happens once a year so it's easy to forget there's a raffle nearly night.
  12. They also did a raffle during Reaper Live Thurs, so every official night.
  13. So, what does everyone think about the format this year with the raffle mixed in with the auction? Normally, I would have enjoyed it but had planned to leave before the auction so it was inconvenient this year. I know most of the Kansas City folks leave right after the raffle every year so they were upset that it was mixed.
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