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  1. Found a new tabletop game called gaslands. Has some amazing model builders already, tearing apart hotwheels and similar and mashing them together in amazing ways. Got some today and was working on some concepts for post apocalytpic cars, mock ups with blu-tac and toothpicks followed. No painting or actual modelling done yet, just ideas. Anyway check it out if you like the mad-max/deathrace setting. https://gaslands.com/
  2. There is a short bit of background to go with this piece. My main other hobby besides painting is that I marshal for car racing and motorcycle racing. For those unfamiliar, marshals are the folks (usually in white in North America, usually in orange most of the rest of the planet) who you see waving flags, assisting drivers/riders who've had accidents or mechanical issues on track, putting out vehicles on fire, retrieving bits of vehicle off a track while the race is ongoing, etc. Once you've been at it for a while, you have the opportunity to go to "big events". Next weekend will be my 3rd
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