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AMAZON ARMY PRIVATE COLLECTION...This is the (4th) figure of my Amazon army.

 

FIGURE...Citadel (Big Mama's Series - vintage figure)...Sorry, no SKU information.

 

NOTE...This is the last figure that I will post for a while...have to wait till my ordered figures arrive...also, the next two that I am currently working on...can not be posted due to topless status...(Darksword Elf Warrior DSM 1164 and Hasslefree Gayle leaning on spear HFH015).

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But you can post the link on these minis. Just saying...

Hi Bayushiseni...You must have missed my posting and dialogue on my (1st) Amazon figure. To recap...I am what might be called a computer idiot...I do not know how to post figures elsewhere and link them to this site. As I stated before; I have a Facebook page where I post my figures...but I don't even know how to send people there to view my posted figures (same figures I have posted on this site...but also my figures that contain some form of nudity).

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Go to your FB page and copy the address at the very top of the page.

 

The address box should be on the very top of any page you are on, on the left side of it will be the back and forward arrows, on the right should be the refresh icon.

 

Just left click on the address box with your mouse and it should turn blue, then right click on it with your mouse and open a little window and click copy.

 

Come back here or where ever you want to leave a link and left click where you want to put it on that page, then right click to open the little box and click on paste, then Bob's your uncle there you go.

 

If you still having trouble send me a friend request at Coab Evans and I can put a link here for you and check out your page and figures.

 

Coabeous

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Go to your FB page and copy the address at the very top of the page.

 

The address box should be on the very top of any page you are on, on the left side of it will be the back and forward arrows, on the right should be the refresh icon.

 

Just left click on the address box with your mouse and it should turn blue, then right click on it with your mouse and open a little window and click copy.

 

Come back here or where ever you want to leave a link and left click where you want to put it on that page, then right click to open the little box and click on paste, then Bob's your uncle there you go.

 

If you still having trouble send me a friend request at Coab Evans and I can put a link here for you and check out your page and figures.

 

Coabeous

Thanks for the step-by-step Coabeous. I will write it down and follow it (when I have something to post) to see if it works for me. But I will still send you a friend request so you can see the (dozen or so) images that I have posted on my site.

 

Is the above process for the posting of my Facebook page so people can view my figures there or is it for the process of posting photos of figures that contain nudity? Also, do I have to do this process for each image view or is it limited to a solo view? As I said...I have no idea as to how this works.

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Hi Darsc...I will try to answer your posted questions on 3 (Amazon) figures...here in this one posting.

 

TREES...I go out into the desert and cut branches from bushes that appeal to me...I look for branch shapes, textures, bark detail, etc...back at home, I cut out the sections that I want to use...sections that look like trees...my usage of trees in my pieces serves a double purpose...(1st) the visual aspect, so the piece is not so barren looking (just my taste)...(2nd) the tree serves as a point that the piece can be picked up without touching/handling the finished/painted/sealed figure.

VARIED GROUND COVER...I use the green ground cover for most pieces...I will only use sand, rocks, soil, desert, etc. if the piece calls for it...again, the green ground cover is (just my taste).

THE EYE...I am a long way from being an expert painter...the eyes are always a problem for me...the hands are not as steady today as they were 5, 10, 15 years ago, so every now and then, I mess up...I assure you that the eye mishap was not intentional...but since it is for my private collection...I can live with it.

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