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  1. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thebookthebook/the-book-0 Yayy! I remembered to post the link! Story This‌ ‌catchy,‌ ‌witty‌ ‌compilation‌ ‌of‌ ‌inventions,‌ ‌filled‌ ‌with‌ ‌beautiful‌ ‌illustrations,‌ ‌is‌ ‌a‌ ‌wonderful‌ ‌gift‌ ‌for‌ ‌collectors,‌ ‌enthusiasts,‌ ‌and‌ ‌curious‌ ‌minds.‌ Story Have you ever imagined visiting the past with full knowledge of modern information and technology? If you told people from the Middle Ages or Ancient Egypt about a telephone, a car, or electricity, they would take you for a
  2. I took this idea directly from DMGInfo and put a couple small twists to it based on what my home game players might like. Plus, I think they make pretty cool props for a dungeon that might be a library or wizard tower or whatever. It's an experiment, so the execution is a little sloppy on some of them, but I learned a lot so if I ever decide to do a new set (which I likely will) I can take what I learned to make a much better finished product. I started with craft sticks(popsicle sticks) cut into 1cm x 7mm pieces and used a cereal box for the book covers. On some of them, I cut up
  3. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1926633625/tabletop-terrain-from-xps-foam-buildings Saw about this via Black Magic Craft. 31 Euro shipping for rest of the world will probably rule me out. I'm not sure I can find value in 85 euro all in for books and templates. That's a lot of supplies (I dont have room for).
  4. There is a Kickstarter going on until January 7th, 2019 for the English version of the book “The Art of Miniature” by Mohand Art. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mohandart/the-art-of-the-miniature-miniature-art-tutorial-bo
  5. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mcahogarth/some-things-transcend/description About Many years ago, I accidentally started a story about a man who accidentally started a war, and that was a wild ride to the end, or at least, to what I thought was the end. Until I accidentally started a short story sequel that became a novel that made it clear that if we're going to start a war, we should at least see it through to the conclusion of its opening stages. Which is where this book comes in. Some Things Transcend is the second book in the Princ
  6. I really enjoyed a previous project (Half-Cat, though hampered by problems with Chinese printers). This one is live, and finished in 6 days. Some seriously short flash fiction postcards. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rockpapercynic/postcards-from-impossible-worlds-the-shortest-stor
  7. One of my favorite authors have a new KS project... Because there just ain't enough slice of life or baking in modern Sci-Fi books... About Years ago I wrote a science fiction story about two forever-friends, unlike in almost every way--species, backgrounds, temperaments, orientations--and how they came together in a relationship that would last through every tribulation, including an intergalactic war. When readers asked me how they met, I wrote their college story. When readers asked me what happened next, I wrote how they began their xenothe
  8. Painted this fig last night for an upcoming adventure. I've needed a generic evil wizard for a while now. I found this guy at my local game store and decided he would be perfect. I did have some grand plans with his spell book that didn't turn out. I was planning on making script on one page that looked like it was glowing starting at the top left, and continuing until about the middle of the page as if the words were magically glowing as he cast a spell. The results ended up looking like the script was squiggly lines with green slime spilled on them. Other than that, I'm really
  9. Sometimes you eat the paint, and sometimes the paint eats you. This one is closer to the latter. Here’s Jolie the blue-themed Scribe: I just wanted to relax and have some fun with this mini, and try out some paints for the first time. So I started out basecoating her robes in Frosty Blue from the holiday set, and it looked pretty good. Used some Rosy Skin and Scholar Flesh on her skin, and it looked pretty good. Unboxed the blond hair triad and laid down the mid tone and it looked pretty good, which was when it became apparent I was painting Disney’s Cinderella.
  10. This year is the year of giving miniatures as birthday gifts to the friends I game with. One of these fine fellows--my oldest and dearest friend--has a birthday in a couple weeks. He loves magic-users and is obsessed with Harry Potter, so I painted up a 25th anniversary Domur as a classic "Gandalf the Grey" style wizard for his present: Tried to layer the flames to give some interesting and pleasing texture. Let me know how I did. Also, given his love for all things Potter, I did my best to modify Domur's spellbook to a more familiar book cover..
  11. This is Reaper 03042, the second version of Morrdha, Vampire Noble, sculpted by Bob Ridolfi. I don't know what his story is, but both versions are casting something from a book of Up to No Good, and both have a little demon thing lurking at their feet. I loved the lively cape on this figure, and the melodrama. I decided to paint him ginger and make his armor look appallingly rusty. Oh, right, and while I did not exactly do NMM or anything, I did paint his sword with pigmented colors instead of my usual sloshing on of metallic silver. There is no
  12. I painted this late last year and posted him up on the Facebook page. This is the updated image using my new camera/backdrop setup. Please enjoy. As usual C&c always wellcomed.
  13. I painted this late last year and posted him up on the Facebook page. This is the updated image using my new camera/backdrop setup. Please enjoy. As usual C&c always wellcomed.
  14. Painted this little guy up last night. I am trying to get 5 more finished before tomorrow. If my players make the wrong choice in the riddle they will be given, they will all be turned into Mouselings! He is very cute and was a ton of fun to paint. I will post photos of the others as I get them finished. C&C welcome
  15. So, I've started going through my Bones figures and this is one of my first finished efforts the picture in the book was meant to be a constellation but looks more like a plant.
  16. Greetings! Presenting Reaper's February 25th Anniversary miniature - Domur, High Mage. I got sidelined by a multiple dragon project recently so I'm a little bit behind with my 25th Anniversary figures project but I'm getting back on track now. I opted out of doing OSL on the spell effect & decided on something gaseous & non photonic (at least, that's the excuse I'm sticking to! ). I wanted to have the spell effect go through a distinctive colour change so I came up with a counjouring technique to explain it; First, Domur reads from the book, this causes a w
  17. A promising looking book based on the previews posted on the Kickstarter and his blog. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1017093796/arsies-painting-toolbox-a-miniature-painting-monog?ref=email From the KS: "Arsies’s Painting ToolBox is a monograph on miniature painting written by me, Javier González, also known by my artist name “Arsiesâ€. It is aimed at all model enthusiasts who wish to widen their toolkit repertoire when taking on a new project. For those who don’t know me, I’ve been a full-time professional miniature painter since 2009. During this time, Iâ€
  18. The small gaming community that got it's first two legs early last year is starting to flourish over here. :) Gathered a few people for DnD 5th. edition, too, now. I've made myself a Warlock. He will be drawing his strength from a Great Old One, only referred to as the King in Yellow. ^^ Guess what book his pact of the tome is inspired from. Hint: It's bound in human flesh, and inked in blood..
  19. This Kickstarter is for production and printing of a new edition of a book that the author had originally self published over a decade ago: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1155053944/the-fantastic-worlds-of-grenadier/description I do have a few concerns about the way the Kickstarter is organized and laid out. I suspect the project creator has little or no experience with Kickstarter. No information about shipping costs and stating that there is no risk to backing their project, as well as a 60 day running time with an expected delivery date of only 3 months after the project ends all
  20. I finished up this project this morning. The staff/glaive is my second real attempt at NMM and I'm not entirely happy with the transitions. All part of practicing, though. She was a fun one to paint!
  21. Everyone's favorite karate chop spell slinger right?
  22. In an effort to keep clearing out my Bones I models, I painted this guy today. Had a lot of fun with him. Side note: I hate spotting flaws as soon as I take pictures...
  23. Kimberlee spent a few years patiently reading and sitting on my paint table waiting her turn. I slowly added leftover green stuff to her base over the months, then recently realized I had no space left to fill. She looked at me, I looked at her, then put the fighter I was about to paint down and focused on her. She is indeed fair. I freehanded the floor boards for fun.
  24. Totally stealing this idea from Reaperbryan... I'm making my own notebook that I'll be using during Fantasy AGE sessions. I prepared the covers today - a thin(ish) sheet of maple, cut into two pieces. I left the raw edge on there because it amuses me, and I don't see a need for any better reason than that. And then I clamped the two pieces together with a piece of MDF behind, and drilled holes for the stitching: The MDF was behind the back cover so I'd end up with a nice clean hole; without the backer piece, drill bits have a tendency to tear up the wood as they e
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