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Hey everyone ! I'm proud to present you my first kickstarter ! : ) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...tabletop-games [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_CLhHafkGQ[/youtube] It's only the prelaunch, so i'll mostly tease you.. but yep 118 stl as a core set, and every strech goal we'll unlock will be included to the bakers! Everything has been test printed ! Painted pics ( video link to facebook -sorry i cannot manage to copy the url from facebook for reasons ) https://www.facebook.com/Keta-minies...89414758408009 Thanks for your time and wish me luck ! :)
As Halloween approaches the dollar stores are filling up with cheap decorations and spooky bricabrac. Amid all the potential projects a certain reflective skull caught my eye. Not knowing if it would take paint or not I decided to roll the dice on a few. I attached them to some bases, added a bit of sand, and the next day I took them out to prime. They ended up taking primer just fine, though I guess I shouldn't be surprised with the primer I use. Unfortunately I forgot to snap a picture of their grey primed goodness. Next up were the basecoats of the skull and "dirt". I didn't get great or even smooth coverage on the skulls, but it was good enough as I was just going to add a heavy wash anyway. The wash was a bit thicker than I wanted but again I figured it was passable and more than good enough to move onto a final drybrush. Not too bad, but there is definitely room for improvement. I guess I'll just have to practice a bit more with my new drybrush. I finally took the leap and tried Uncle Atom's makeup dry brushing technique. Though this project probably qualifies as a failure, I do see the potential. Now all I need is more practice, it's not like I don't have a huge backlog of terrain just waiting to be painted.
Since this month has been nuts, I needed to find something I could paint at the race track to get to my quota for the rpchallenge for July. I decided on some barrels and crates from Bones 2. Nothing fancy, but done. Now to get some sleep before bikes hit the track in the morning.