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Requested scale shot of Titan miniature...

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This is in reply to a requested scale shot of the Ral Partha Titan (posted earlier today). It shows the size of that miniature vs. a standard Reaper male figure and a standard Ral Partha female figure. I hope that this meets with your request.

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This couldn't have gone in the appropriate thread?

May I ask?...What would be the proper thread (if thread means Forum topic title)? Since I am not versed in the varied nomenclature that is used on this member site!

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This couldn't have gone in the appropriate thread?

May I ask?...What would be the proper thread (if thread means Forum topic title)? Since I am not versed in the varied nomenclature that is used on this member site!

 

 

I think Cash was talking about the thread (original posting) in which it was asked for so that it was with all the other pics and comments talking specifically about this figure.

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This couldn't have gone in the appropriate thread?

May I ask?...What would be the proper thread (if thread means Forum topic title)? Since I am not versed in the varied nomenclature that is used on this member site!

 

 

I think Cash was talking about the thread (original posting) in which it was asked for so that it was with all the other pics and comments talking specifically about this figure.

 

ub3r_n3rd...if that is what he meant...I do not know how to go back and post photo(s) and/or texts into/onto a previous posting. I know how to reply (as I am doing here with you) but I have no idea as to how to post (if I needed to) a/an additional photo here. Please excuse both my ignorance and stupidity in this matter!

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When you reply to an existing post in the Show-Off forum, next to the Post button at the bottom of the page is a "More Reply Options" button. That will allow you to attach/upload additional photos, just like when posting a new thread/topic.

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This couldn't have gone in the appropriate thread?

May I ask?...What would be the proper thread (if thread means Forum topic title)? Since I am not versed in the varied nomenclature that is used on this member site!

 

 

I think Cash was talking about the thread (original posting) in which it was asked for so that it was with all the other pics and comments talking specifically about this figure.

 

ub3r_n3rd...if that is what he meant...I do not know how to go back and post photo(s) and/or texts into/onto a previous posting. I know how to reply (as I am doing here with you) but I have no idea as to how to post (if I needed to) a/an additional photo here. Please excuse both my ignorance and stupidity in this matter!

 

 

 

Not a problem, I'm happy to help you out. Go to your original thread that you started with the original pictures of your nicely painted figure and reply to the posts.

 

You can add pics by doing this:

 

1) Click on the "MORE REPLY OPTIONS" down at the bottom of the reply screen

2) You'll see ATTACH FILES directly below the posting screen now. Click on "CHOOSE FILES".

3) You can now pick from your computer hard drive the picture(s) you want to add to the post which will show up right below this posting screen again, above the attach files.

4) Look to the right of the file and click on "ADD TO POST" to add it to your post and then finish up by hitting the "ADD REPLY".

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This couldn't have gone in the appropriate thread?

May I ask?...What would be the proper thread (if thread means Forum topic title)? Since I am not versed in the varied nomenclature that is used on this member site!

 

 

I think Cash was talking about the thread (original posting) in which it was asked for so that it was with all the other pics and comments talking specifically about this figure.

 

ub3r_n3rd...if that is what he meant...I do not know how to go back and post photo(s) and/or texts into/onto a previous posting. I know how to reply (as I am doing here with you) but I have no idea as to how to post (if I needed to) a/an additional photo here. Please excuse both my ignorance and stupidity in this matter!

 

 

 

Not a problem, I'm happy to help you out. Go to your original thread that you started with the original pictures of your nicely painted figure and reply to the posts.

 

You can add pics by doing this:

 

1) Click on the "MORE REPLY OPTIONS" down at the bottom of the reply screen

2) You'll see ATTACH FILES directly below the posting screen now. Click on "CHOOSE FILES".

3) You can now pick from your computer hard drive the picture(s) you want to add to the post which will show up right below this posting screen again, above the attach files.

4) Look to the right of the file and click on "ADD TO POST" to add it to your post and then finish up by hitting the "ADD REPLY".

 

Thank you ub3r_n3rd...I followed your directions and was able to add the scale photo to the original posting. I don't know if I did it correctly this time or not (I forgot to add the text).

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