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  1. I got minis also. A Bones drow and a halfling. Now if I got a rock I would hope it was a naturally occurring rock from TX and not bought from Wallyworld in a bag of landscaping rocks.
  2. Willen needs to put a drop of each paint on its cap.
  3. I see one rock... what else have folks been getting as their mini? I'd love to get the caryatid columns like in the ad!
  4. I also use Liquitex Airbrush Medium to thin reaper paints. I don't know for sure what's in it but it works well with bones in base coats. I used to use liner unthinned but learned here that if you thin it your coverage won't be a solid color and you still see the details of the mini.
  5. PS these are bones figures. I doubt I'll do one bone per bag, I do that with metals. I think a reasonably sized bag-o-bones should be tough enough. A bog of bones goblins, for example, shouldnt hurt each other inside a plastic bag. I wouldn't crush them together or anything.
  6. I plan on having the finished minis in plastic ziplock bags, like a bag-o-orcs, bag-o-wolves, etc. What I am reading is that I should "seal" with brush on gloss varnish, then another coat of brush on matte varnish.
  7. Thornies (to go with the vegepygmies) Mundane animals Pack animals Wyvern Stirges giant ants (1x1" bases) more giant insects, some large more NPC 0-level types LESS dual wielding adventurers.
  8. Sculpting updates will be spaced out throughout the coming months to give us something to showcase in our updates, but absolutely we plan to showcase as many final sculpts as we can.Our goal is to have sculpts to showcase right up to the week prototypes* arrive, and then we can switch to showcasing approved prototypes/production copies. *so they aren't TRUE prototypes. We get copies off the mold that's the production mold, in every way identical to any other copy produced later for production. So they're technically "pre-approval production copies" that by the time we show them are "approved
  9. OK, so my varnishes are also the brush-on type, I have big bottles of Liquitex for both matte and gloss. So I can can just apply to finished minis and it will seal and protect as well as possible (for tabletop play)? I was thinking I had to seal THEN varnish.
  10. I have a bottle of Reaper's Brush on Sealer. Is it necessary to use this before applying varnish to a miniature? Are there other options in larger volume out there? I have plenty of both matte and gloss varnish. Thanks in advance
  11. I just wish that they were scaled up a tad for the tabletop.
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