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  1. Felicitations on your personal solstice! The Wren, the Wren the Queen of all Birds
  2. Felicitations on your personal solstice to the Queen of all Birds.
  3. So I was at the World Model Expo in Chicago last weekend, meeting Corporea and a whole bunch of Reaperites and ogling some of the finest miniatures painting and dioramas the world has to offer (the PA system requested fluent translators at a number of points). I took some pictures. Normally I've been putting up galleries on Photobucket, but they turned evil quite recently, so I'm attempting to put some up here to share. Anyhow, much of the show was historical miniatures, a category pretty new to me, and almost everything was much larger scale than the 28mm I'm used to.
  4. :bday: Happy birthday to a fine artist! :bday:
  5. Happy birthday, O genius with the brush!
  6. When I wandered onto the Reaper store today I saw the newly released Savage Worlds minis sculpted by Bob Ridolfi and painted by forum member Wren. They're really nice, and Wren's atmospheric paint jobs (all black and white and grayscale with a single color for accent) totally bring out their retro noir eerie preternatural look. I especially like the a woman in a spiffy vintage outfit with a gun, the African-American sorcerer, and the mad scientist, but they're all welcome additions. http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/Savage%20Worlds/sku-down/59036 http://www.reapermini.com/Onli
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