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By Disciple of Sakura
For the last three years, I've gotten to attend Origins in Ohio, and have really loved doing the Reaper Speedpaint (and even won last year). I was hoping to go and participate in the Speedpaint again this year, but I was going through the Origins 2019 event schedule and didn't see a single entry from Reaper. Is Reaper not going to be at Origins this year, or at least not hosting any events?
By Rob Dean
My crew of five drew an earliest hotel registration time of 2:00 this afternoon, which wasn't enough to score a room in a connected hotel. It looks like we'll be out by the airport again this year, so that will place a premium on traveling light, and shopping responsibly.
Next task, decide whether we're driving, and how to configure two different miniature war-games for air travel. Perhaps this is the year when Fat Dragon fold-flat buildings will cover the table...
By Chris Palmer
Anyone else going up to the Cold Wars Wargaming Convention in Lancaster, PA this weekend?
I'll be in the Paradise Room (the "HAWKs' room") most of the time, so stop in and say, "hi!"
I'll be co-GMing a trio of off the wall games on Friday night and Saturday:
1) Santa and the Great Zeppelin Attack (Fri. 7PM)
2) Duke Morrison and the great Zeppelin Raid (Sat 9AM)
3) A Lily Pad Too Far (Sat 7PM)
I recently got my ReaperCon goodies from my convention buddy. Since I caught a cold right before coming home from Kuwait, this mini felt especially relatable to me.
I looked over Buglips' and Guindyloo's versions of the mini, and they informed how I went a bit. Guindyloo's eye in particular was something I wanted to try replicating. I think I did an okay job. I should have picked a lighter color of blue, though. The pupil doesn't really stand out from the iris.
My tissue box's lines ended up not being quite as clean as I would've liked. I need to practice my freehand more.
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