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 D&D moment I'd love to see ... 

 

DM: ok group, as you cross the bridge you hear the woosh of giant wings and a glitter dragon lands in front of you ...

 

Barbarian: Hahaha ha ...

Wizard leader: A what ?

Paladin: Ha, I ready my sword! 

Thief:  I meld into the shadows ... 

Cleric: Can gltter be evil ? 

Barbarian: Hahaha , I throw my +2 Axe at the wimp ... 

 

DM set Glitter Dragon on table ... followed by several jaws hitting table, the cleric starts crying , the thief finds out, their is no shadows in the land of glitter, the barbarian pees himself , the paladin is dumbstruck ... add one more party wipe to the books ...

 

 Fear the Glitter ...

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4 hours ago, Citrine said:

Those wings are awesome!  Welcome to the boards!

 

Thank you, thank you! 

2 hours ago, Boaz said:

 D&D moment I'd love to see ... 

 

DM: ok group, as you cross the bridge you hear the woosh of giant wings and a glitter dragon lands in front of you ...

 

Barbarian: Hahaha ha ...

Wizard leader: A what ?

Paladin: Ha, I ready my sword! 

Thief:  I meld into the shadows ... 

Cleric: Can gltter be evil ? 

Barbarian: Hahaha , I throw my +2 Axe at the wimp ... 

 

DM set Glitter Dragon on table ... followed by several jaws hitting table, the cleric starts crying , the thief finds out, their is no shadows in the land of glitter, the barbarian pees himself , the paladin is dumbstruck ... add one more party wipe to the books ...

 

 Fear the Glitter ...

OMG that is too funny! I could see this encounter going so many different ways haha! 

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That is an amazing way to introduce yourself; the painting is very nicely done, and the glitter adds a special touch to it. That was an excellent idea!:winkthumbs:

 

Welcome to the forums, please show off more of your cool paint jobs.

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On 4/21/2018 at 11:23 AM, Chaoswolf said:

That is an amazing way to introduce yourself; the painting is very nicely done, and the glitter adds a special touch to it. That was an excellent idea!:winkthumbs:

 

Welcome to the forums, please show off more of your cool paint jobs.

 

 

On 4/22/2018 at 1:37 PM, Schirf said:

Wow! That galaxy work!!!

 

On 4/23/2018 at 2:16 AM, Glamberry said:

Welcome to the boards! Fantastic first entry! I'm sure we all hope to see more soon! :D

 

 

Thank you all so much!! It was so much fun to paint! I can't seem to do anything "normal" haha! And I just LOVE Galaxy painting, it usually involves a pair of Chucks and The Tardis, but I am happy that I branched out to minis!! 

Can't wait to share some more models I have painted!! 

 

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