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  1. More than a few of us are in this predicament - we have hundreds of Bones soon to be on the way to us. I've read it a few times that people are suggesting that we wash each figure with soap and a brush. I have a feeling that that will take a loooong time. Any thoughts on how (if possible) to mass wash them to prep for painting? I have this thought of filling a large bowl of soapy water, and swiping over each mini a few times, but even that will take a long time...) Also, what type of soap - liquid detergent (such as for dishes)?
  2. I've picked up spray cans of Krylon plastic paint, and another of Rust-oleum primer spray (both flat black) to see if they work. If Baugi's right, then it might be a waste, but I'd rather have a black underlayer so I don't have to worry about shadows as much (not to mention I've got over a thousand mini's on the way, so many I'll blackwash for the short term so they at least are usable). I'm also debating finding some water-based black primer (in a can), watering it down, and trying out some figure dunking with the mini's that I'll never use (Chronoscope).
  3. Hi guys, if you're into fantasy art, Larry Elmore's got a Kickstarter going to make a hardcover artbook of his art used in RPGs and books. Check out the details here: http://kck.st/Sx6ksx He's adding bonus items as the Kickstart reaches new levels. By the way, my first full novel is free in various e-book formats, you're welcome to check that out as well at a link below. Kevin Rau Author of H.E.R.O. Superhero Novels http://www.kevinrau.com http://www.facebook.com/herobooks
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