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Pegazus

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  1. Pegazus

    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    Bees are in the hive! I didn't see the queen, but I'm not going to sweat that at this point. I'll check for eggs in a week or so.
  2. Pegazus

    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    Darthr. Sounds dwarvish to me.
  3. Pegazus

    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    I KNOW! I really don’t understand that. Trip to north of Denver on a snowy day complete, and the acquisition is in the appropriate thread.
  4. Buzz, buzz! For those squeamish, spoilers! Might have to zoom in on that second pic to see their smiling faces. Five frame nuc of Italian honey bees. Sadly, due to the snow, they’ll have to spend the day in cramped quarters for another day. Not like they’ll be out collecting anyway, so they’ll spend the day in the garage. But the hive was set up this last weekend, so things are ready to go.
  5. Pegazus

    ReaperCon 2019 Ribbons

    The End After Con I'll Be Back Din Din Too Late (since it's post-con, wouldn't count towards longest ribbon stack) Sayonara Bye Check Please
  6. Pegazus

    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    And just the opposite for us. Weird. It's almost like people are individuals or something!
  7. Pegazus

    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    Ours have always been rock solid. Then again, we log in to the usps website and enter it directly into their brains. Had an absolute droll day at work, came home to my wife's complete and total panic as she just realized when I walked in the door that she'd missed our daughter's dental appointment. She doesn't like to set an alarm for the events in our online calendar and that's bitten her twice now. The evening went much better. Played games for about an hour, then worked on my lifeline by starting reading my grandmother's 1990 diary. I'd finished up 1982 last night, and I'm sort of hopping around. Reliving 1988 and my parent's divorce is going to suck, but I'll probably learn a lot of things I didn't know. Then got tired of that and went to finished up a beer drinkin' dwarf figure I've been dabbing small amounts of paint on for several months. Think I need to give the base a quick wash then seal him up. If he's lucky, I'll even give him a plastic base. Taking the day off of work tomorrow as I'm scheduled to go get me bees. Wonder how fast I'll get stung? Beats being at the desk.
  8. Pegazus

    ReaperCon 2019 Ribbons

    Not until you mentioned it. I might be persuaded.
  9. Pegazus

    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    Nah. You’re just trying to apply an old set of requirements to a new product. Old product doesn’t need to be used outside in the wind.
  10. Sure thing. Here’s a mech figure I designed, printed, then prepped for ReaperCon 2017. Biggest compliment I got from the judges is that they wouldn’t have known it was 3D printed unless I had the little display next to it.
  11. Pegazus

    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    I have never seen a house centipede.
  12. Pegazus

    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    While I haven’t had the bed problem, I will second the “what a weekend” part. I’m completely worn out. Yard work, put in a new flower garden, for the sprinklers running, added a drip irrigation system for the new flowers, and just general maintenance. I’ll sleep well tonight and wish the same for you!
  13. Pegazus

    First Legion Fantasy Line

    Decided to go in for one core set, of the Orc villagers. Unique enough that I thought it was worth getting.
  14. Probably late to the game, but how complicated do you want the ships? If you had some sketches I could probably bang out a couple for you to get printed.
  15. Er, you're there really. The pinned topics in this subsection would be a good place to start. But, as for how to attend and enter, it's going to sound a bit like I'm talking down to you, but... you purchase your tickets, get a hotel room unless you're local, then simply show up with the figure. There will be specific instructions on how the entries will be handled and accepted, and very clearly a location to get the entry in. They'll get your name, the title of your figure, the manufacturer if you know it, then which category you want it entered into. They'll take a picture of it, then give it back to you to place into the competition gallery. After the end of judging and awards, you come with your entry proof and collect your figure. And that's really about it. I could also simplify things even more by saying to simply attend, then ask. It's really a very friendly con.
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