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Excellent work, Rob!

 

Can we assume Sir Forscale is in the first photo too, but he’s waving from one of the teeny tiny portholes?  :lol:

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If I could stick to one (or two...or five) projects, things wouldn’t be so out of hand. :rolleyes:

 

I now need to peek at Full Thrust and figure how many ships make a game. I’ve got enough SF people to do some sort of Rogue Stars game. Running either of those would provide some additional impetus to the painting. 

 

The 1/72 plastics are in a better situation; #1 son and I have had them on the table as recently as June (thought it was more recent than that, but not according to my logbook), and they are now planned for a May convention game. 

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49 minutes ago, Rob Dean said:

I now need to peek at Full Thrust and figure how many ships make a game.

 

IME, 3-12 per player, though it can work with more, since it's fairly simple in play.

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34 minutes ago, Doug Sundseth said:

 

IME, 3-12 per player, though it can work with more, since it's fairly simple in play.

 

Thanks! I’ve got a bit to go, but not unattainably so, then. 

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