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Whenever someone says "rage quit," I think of some big Cheetos-stained dude flipping a table over, sending cups of Mountain Dew flying.

 

Or, of the story my friend Scott tells, of the time he was beating some kid at 40K at the local GW store, and the kid got angry, and swiped his arm across the table, sending both of their armies hurtling across the room.

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2 hours ago, Bruunwald said:

Whenever someone says "rage quit," I think of some big Cheetos-stained dude flipping a table over, sending cups of Mountain Dew flying

 

 You're right, that's probably too strong a term.  Hissy-quit would be more like it.  His loss, since he ditched a D&D game which has been running with the same core players since around 1988.  Not too many new people get invited in. 

 

Anyway, back on topic, the secret to the tartan was to cheat.  I'm going to post how I did this in the painting tip section. 

 

How I cheated at painting a tartan.

 

Geoff
 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Bruunwald said:

Whenever someone says "rage quit," I think of some big Cheetos-stained dude flipping a table over, sending cups of Mountain Dew flying.

 

Or, of the story my friend Scott tells, of the time he was beating some kid at 40K at the local GW store, and the kid got angry, and swiped his arm across the table, sending both of their armies hurtling across the room.

 

Oh lord, I'da beat that kid IRL >< 

Ok maybe not but my god you don't even TOUCH someone's models without asking let alone that ^^!

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