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And one from 3dartdigital, and there will be one from Kimera. Succubi are popular. Even with those options, we need a Sophie! She'd fit the "cheerful" succubus niche!

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Most of the depictions of Sophie I have seen reflect a more playful and joyful aspect than the pure lustfullness seen in many representations.

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All true!

I hope there will be a true Sophie Bust as well and while we're at it a few more.

Monique De Noir!

Judas Bloodspire!

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Decisions, decisions.

We haven't eaten at the local Outback Steakhouse since shortly after their opening, because it was frankly, a mess.

The current advertising campaign features steak and lobster, which SWMBO loves and I can take or leave [having had a lifetime of that particular combination in the early 80s when I was Asst. Manager for a Country Club].

I just suggested dinner there and wife says OK.

So, we will give it another chance.

GEM

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Wife bought a blow up Halloween decoration of a cat coming out of a pumpkin. The 2 year old is very interested but scared of it. It's a bit taller than her. Getting some hilarious reactions of having it in the dining room. Finally put it in the garage because we were getting tired of the dramatics.

 

Birthday season here so took the kids to the city and played laserquest, jumped on trampolines and ate at a decent restaurant yesterday. Was hoping to get some work done today but got home at midnight and moving slow. 

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Reaper character busts done in Bones Black material I suspect would do very well, and fill another niche: practice busts. They'd be able to hit a price point where folks would be willing to try painting a bust for the first time, and not be scared away by skill worries vs price tag. A good resin bust can be expensive. Bones Black isn't going to be as finely detailed, but it is good enough to get the ideas of painting larger surfaces down, and could be a quarter of the price of a fancy one - or less.

 

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1 minute ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

All true!

I hope there will be a true Sophie Bust as well and while we're at it a few more.

Monique De Noir!

Judas Bloodspire!

I'm of the opinion that many of Reapers Fans would receive a line of busts very well, particularly if they were produced in the Bones Black material.   I'm one of those people, as my October order includes the Dwarf Bust.

GEM

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2 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Reaper character busts done in Bones Black material I suspect would do very well, and fill another niche: practice busts. They'd be able to hit a price point where folks would be willing to try painting a bust for the first time, and not be scared away by skill worries vs price tag. A good resin bust can be expensive. Bones Black isn't going to be as finely detailed, but it is good enough to get the ideas of painting larger surfaces down, and could be a quarter of the price of a fancy one - or less.

 

Agreed.  They also wouldn't be the wallet shocker that others can be, as others typically are in the 35-40 EUR or USD range just to start, and they rapidly get more expensive.

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2 minutes ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

I'm of the opinion that many of Reapers Fans would receive a line of busts very well, particularly if they were produced in the Bones Black material.   I'm one of those people, as my October order includes the Dwarf Bust.

GEM

 

Yup, I'm one of the lucky people who got the Resin Reapercon Dragon Bust.

It's now in the KS as Bones.

 

 

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41 minutes ago, redambrosia said:

Oof. Queasy and sinus headachey. Baby not screaming though. 
 

 

Sorta disappointed the nereids aren’t

 busts, but now I can get all of them and paint up a cool diorama for my mermaid loving friend. 
 

Reaper needs to do a bust of Sophie. 
 

My head hurts.

Sorry to hear about the not feeling good. 'Liked' for the Sophie bust part.

 

7 minutes ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

Decisions, decisions.

We haven't eaten at the local Outback Steakhouse since shortly after their opening, because it was frankly, a mess.

The current advertising campaign features steak and lobster, which SWMBO loves and I can take or leave [having had a lifetime of that particular combination in the early 80s when I was Asst. Manager for a Country Club].

I just suggested dinner there and wife says OK.

So, we will give it another chance.

GEM

I hope it works out well for you!

 

5 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Reaper character busts done in Bones Black material I suspect would do very well, and fill another niche: practice busts. They'd be able to hit a price point where folks would be willing to try painting a bust for the first time, and not be scared away by skill worries vs price tag. A good resin bust can be expensive. Bones Black isn't going to be as finely detailed, but it is good enough to get the ideas of painting larger surfaces down, and could be a quarter of the price of a fancy one - or less.

 

Exactly!!

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1 minute ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

Yup, I'm one of the lucky people who got the Resin Reapercon Dragon Bust.

It's now in the KS as Bones.

 

 

I'm kind of planning on buying 4-5 of them for myself, and probably a few for hubby too.  $6 USD (so about $8 CAD) makes it pretty uncomplicated as to how much I'd love one...

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Grandma is being operated on right now.

She had an inflammation on her finger, seems like Withlow? And they told her she needed surgery NOW!

 

My girl's sister and family are with them in the hospital an we're on stand by.

The surgery itself seems to be pretty straightforward and it should be simple enough.

They're keeping her there for the night.

 

We're waiting for the results.

 

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