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I see that Reaper Miniatures is on the exhibitors list for PAX Unplugged (November 17-19 in Philadelphia). I have couple questions as to what we can expect to see there:
1. Will you be running any painting classes? From the comments I see on this forum they seemed to be great successes at Reapercon and I was hoping to be able to participate in one if possible.
2. Is there any chance some of the large figures from Bones 3 that have currently unsolved packaging issues (Goremaw, Froghemoth) could be made available at the convention? (I'm dying for a Goremaw)
I'm looking forward to seeing you guys there!
I attended PAX Aus this weekend on the Saturday and Sunday and stopped by the Reaper Paint and Take area on both days! I was excited since I didn't get to spend any time there last year.
Saturday I entered the speed painting competition, we were given an hour to paint the Townsfolk Mom and Kids. It was such a fun challenge! I won!
I won an amazing little medal! Eeee! I was so flattered.
The next day I also entered the 'paint and take' competition, which was to sit down and paint a miniature on the day. I spent two hours painting upthis Bones Terezinya figure:
And I won another trophy! I had so much fun, and everyone working hard at the Paint and Take area did such an amazing job. It was an amazing weekend. I don't often get to paint around other people or be exposed to so much Reaper-y goodness! One day I will make it to Reaper Con, one daaaay!
By Adept Legacy
Why have I been so busy lately?
Well, in the interest of getting stuff done, I am [redacted] going to make a local convention for RPG games.
And I plan to pull it out of nowhere.
I don't have a name... unless I go by [redacted] . I don't have a budget, but I am planning to pull something out of thin air for the greater Calgary, Alberta area.
We don't seem to have a convention for RPG players, and I have been waiting, and waiting and waiting, and I am getting sick of it, no one should wait four years, and it certainly doesn't look like I can just go to [redacted] every year, not that I have yet.
So far, I have most of the preliminary costing and quotes, contracts with the location, how to organize the events, but no webpage, no name and only about a third of the DM's GM's I figure I'll need.
And no idea on how I will disperse the ticketing.
I assume after that, I can probably pick up vendor support ( if I am going to get any, not really stressed about that) and probably contact the company I need to, in order to get the uh, RPGA stuff or whatever the new equivalent is.
Obviously that's way easier to set up if you say, had a business, or business interest in that.
Any idea on how one might make a portal for the collection of funds that doesn't look like it is a scam? Should I try to kickstart it? Should I start up an ETSY account and claim my ticket stubs are works of art?
If I can build it. They will come. I think.
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