Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
Froggy the Great

Randomness XVI: Brains versus Bleach - an Epic Rap Battle in Iambic Pentameter.

Recommended Posts

6 hours ago, NebulousMissy said:
9 hours ago, NebulousMissy said:

The AC repair guy is here to fix our AC.

 

I have no idea why. I didn't call him. I don't know who did. We haven't run it yet on account of last week's frost.

 

Update on the wayward AC guy.

 

He realized once he was on the roof that he'd knocked on the wrong door. Our AC is fine tho. I expect we won't need it for awhile, after this weekend's random bout of entirely normal warm weather it's supposed to get pointlessly cold again. This isn't summer, it's San Francisco Summer.

I was wondering if he might be soliciting. In any case, if you hadn't called for him, I wouldn't have allowed him in.

  • Like 6

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Time to get busy in the kitchen, mwa ha ha ha ha!

 

Pork chops and mashed potatoes for supper, and for "breakfast" it'll be a roast, because, well... Why not!  Well, that and it has to go in the slow cooker for 8-10 hours, so yeah, breakfast it'll be!

  • Like 10

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 5/7/2020 at 1:28 AM, TheAuldGrump said:

Huh....

 

Many, many years ago, a company called Victory Games did a James Bond 007 RPG.

 

In spite of being a game based around the most successful spy/action movies of all time, the game itself was... amazingly, very good. Not a game for in depth investigations - it is a world of dashing secret agents, sneering villains, and brutal henchmen. Car chases, explosions, femmes fatale, and plots to take over the world.

 

Victory Games is long gone, as is the James Bond RPG, though you can still find it used.

 

What I did not know, until just now, is that Expeditious Retreat has taken the systems, stripped it of the James Bond IP - and made a generic spy/action game using those systems - and apparently did a good job of it, and it has been out for more than five years.

 

pic1905657.jpg

 

I am... very interested. I have not run James Bond in twenty years - long after the game was OOP.

 

Hell, I've already chosen the theme song....

 

So, Classified is going on my short list - $10 on DriveThru - only $15 for the print game.

 

The name's Grump, Auld Grump

My print copy came in the mail today - very happy with it. ::):

 

It is hitting nostalgia buttons from back when I was running a Top Secret campaign, back around... 1980, or so?

 

The Victory Games 007 game had higher production values - full color, a big  name property - but this is very much a cleaned up version of the same system.

 

But somehow this feels like the TSR Top Secret game, and makes me itch to run a campaign.

 

I am thinking a small Freelance agency - maybe a bit like the original Mission: Impossible. *EDIT* The movies have missed the whole freaking point - the show was about an agency, not just an agent.

 

Have each player create three characters, fulfilling specific roles - and the Face gets to pick what agents he needs for the mission, one from each player.

 

Sometimes Control may stick his oar in - 'You are going to need a Wheelman and a Demolitionist', but mostly leave the character choice to the mission lead, and let each player have turns being the lead, if they want the job. *EDIT* There are no classes - I am talking skill sets here, not hardwired to particular characters.

 

Trying to remember details about that Top Secret game... been a long, long while, might be fun recreating it.

 

***

 

Unconnected, I got paperwork from Americorps asking if I want to run my after school program as an independent, rather than tied to another agency (Catholic Charities).

 

As far as I can make out... there is no advantage for doing so, just being responsible for paperwork that I can currently punt over to other people.

 

In particular, my stipend would remain the same.

 

The game tonight was fun - it looks like they will be able to finish up by the first week in June.

 

The Auld Grump

Edited by TheAuldGrump
  • Like 12

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
4 minutes ago, TheAuldGrump said:

My print copy came in the mail today - very happy with it. ::):

 

It is hitting nostalgia buttons from back when I was running a Top Secret campaign, back around... 1980, or so?

 

The Victory Games 007 game had higher production values - full color, a big  name property - but this is very much a cleaned up version of the same system.

 

But somehow this feels like the TSR Top Secret game, and makes me itch to run a campaign.

 

I am thinking a small Freelance agency - maybe a bit like the original Mission: Ipossible.

 

Have each player create three characters, fulfilling specific roles - and the Face gets to pick what agents he needs for the mission, one from each player.

 

Sometimes Control may stick his oar in - 'You are going to need a Wheelman and a Demolitionist', but mostly leave the character choice to the mission lead, and let each player have turns being the lead, if they want the job.

 

Trying to remember details about that Top Secret game... been a long, long while, might be fun recreating it.

 

***

 

Unconnected, I got paperwork from Americorps asking if I want to run my after school program as an independent, rather than tied to another agency (Catholic Charities).

 

As far as I can make out... there is no advantage for doing so, just being responsible for paperwork that I can currently punt over to other people.

 

In particular, my stipend would remain the same.

 

The game tonight was fun - it looks like they will be able to finish up by the first week in June.

 

The Auld Grump

There might be some advantages to not being tied to a single funding source if the paperwork burden isn't too onerous.

The Secret Agent Game sounds like it has the potential for a lot of fun.

GEM

  • Like 6

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
7 minutes ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

There might be some advantages to not being tied to a single funding source if the paperwork burden isn't too onerous.

The Secret Agent Game sounds like it has the potential for a lot of fun.

GEM

For some reason, my brain is insisting that the game begins in media res - with the Faceman about to get his face rearranged, and saying 'Yeah, that's me, you're probably wondering how I got here'....

 

LOW budget agency - but Adventurous, not Grim and Gritty.

 

Maybe a recently revived agency - with the upper staff being REDs, picking up cold ops that they weren't happy with. Lost Causes or maybe Peculiar Incidents.

 

All PCs former members of other intelligence agencies, all burned when things went west on a mission.

 

Most combat with fists, not guns - they don't have a License to Kill, making the #2 mission objective Don't Get Caught.

 

The Auld Grump

22 minutes ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

There might be some advantages to not being tied to a single funding source if the paperwork burden isn't too onerous.

The Secret Agent Game sounds like it has the potential for a lot of fun.

GEM

The problem is contacts - CC has them, I do not.

 

Not to mention, the form they sent me is freaking huge - and I would need to be independently bonded.

 

Right now, CC handles that for me - I don't even know how much that would cost.

 

The Portland school system has been a lot more careful since a crossing guard took a shot at one of the students, about twenty years ago.

 

The Auld Grump

  • Like 10

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ahhhhh, that feeling...  When you run out of superglue with seven minis left to build, and payday isn't for a few more days.  Guess that last box, and the couple of ones on the desk won't be assembled until payday then.

  • Sad 13

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
47 minutes ago, TheAuldGrump said:

For some reason, my brain is insisting that the game begins in media res - with the Faceman about to get his face rearranged, and saying 'Yeah, that's me, you're probably wondering how I got here'....

 

LOW budget agency - but Adventurous, not Grim and Gritty.

 

Maybe a recently revived agency - with the upper staff being REDs, picking up cold ops that they weren't happy with. Lost Causes or maybe Peculiar Incidents.

 

All PCs former members of other intelligence agencies, all burned when things went west on a mission.

 

Most combat with fists, not guns - they don't have a License to Kill, making the #2 mission objective Don't Get Caught.

 

The Auld Grump

The problem is contacts - CC has them, I do not.

 

Not to mention, the form they sent me is freaking huge - and I would need to be independently bonded.

 

Right now, CC handles that for me - I don't even know how much that would cost.

 

The Portland school system has been a lot more careful since a crossing guard took a shot at one of the students, about twenty years ago.

 

The Auld Grump

Bonding gets into other issues.

And a bond of this type runs well up into 3 figures on an individual basis.  CC is large enough that it isn't a significant addition to their already existing Bond.

Only reason why I know about these things is because SWMBO was the Legal Guardian for a family member for a number of years.

GEM

Edited by Green Eyed Monster
  • Like 6

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, sumbloke said:
8 hours ago, NebulousMissy said:
11 hours ago, NebulousMissy said:

The AC repair guy is here to fix our AC.

 

I have no idea why. I didn't call him. I don't know who did. We haven't run it yet on account of last week's frost.

 

Update on the wayward AC guy.

 

He realized once he was on the roof that he'd knocked on the wrong door. Our AC is fine tho. I expect we won't need it for awhile, after this weekend's random bout of entirely normal warm weather it's supposed to get pointlessly cold again. This isn't summer, it's San Francisco Summer.

I was wondering if he might be soliciting. In any case, if you hadn't called for him, I wouldn't have allowed him in.

 

To be fair, I didn't let him in anywhere. He asked me how our AC was running then said he was going to the roof. Having just been pounded awake from a sound sleep I told him we weren't running our AC but forgot to mention we hadn't called.

 

Our apartment building contracts with only one guy for all AC and heating needs. Mask or no he has a unique voice. I knew who he was. Mostly I was confused.

  • Like 14

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
30 minutes ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

Bonding gets into other issues.

And a bond of this type runs well up into 3 figures on an individual basis.  CC is large enough that it isn't a significant addition to their already existing Bond.

Only reason why I know about these things is because SWMBO was the Legal Guardian for a family member for a number of years.

GEM

Sounds about right - and given that I would getting a whopping $150 a month stipend... really not worth the hassle. ::P: (That $150 is a 50% increase over this year - but the same amount I would be getting through AC/CC next year.)

 

My very first panicked reaction was 'Oh, no! CC is dropping the program!' - but, no, they aren't. Just Americorps casting its nets. It is funding season.

 

So, staying with CC - even if Beatrice scares Megan. ::P: (Not so bad now, I think. Megan finding out that Beatrice is also in a game helped. (5e, not Pathfinder.) Beatrice looks and sounds like the classic librarian in old movies and TV shows.)

 

The Auld Grump

  • Like 8

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
6 hours ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

When I was in the Navy attached to the West Coast RAG [Replacement Air Group] part of the group function was school for newly minted flight officers and RIOs [Radar Intercept Officers, the back seater who operated all the electronics] I couldn't even tell you the number of times we would get a new class of not yet dry behind the ears Ensigns who couldn't even perform the most basic system operations and would write up our equipment.  After spending an hour running a full diagnostic check the repair report would read: "Placed ON/OFF switch in ON position.  System Checks good."

I don't know what happened when these repair tickets rolled up the chain of command but it seems that the new classes improved their reporting skills rapidly after the first couple of tickets were dealt with.

GEM

 

5 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Reminds me of the time that I got a trouble call for a piece of equipment and i knew what the issue was from what I was told over the radio. I tried to explain what needed to be done to correct it,  and I was cut off  by the watch officer who said ' I'm here with the captain, we need this fixed immediately and that's your job. Now get up here and do it! '

 

I reported as ordered, walked up to the equipment, stopped,  looked them both right in the eyes, then reached out and turned a knob to the correct position. I smiled, said 'there you go, sir', and walked away.


I don't have any good stories like that from my Navy days :down: :devil:  

But CW's story reminds me of numerous phone calls I had with the mothers of teenage boys back when I was a tech for Jim Dunlop Mfg working on electric guitar pedals. Angry mom would call up complaining that the Wah Wah pedal they bought for their son was defective. From their description of the sound it was making, I knew it was plugged in backwards.  That would usually trigger the angry rant that was some variant of "What, do you think my baby is stupid or something!?! Let me speak to your manager!"

The week after Christmas was the worst. 

The number of times I wish I could have just walked up to them and swapped the cords were too numerous to count.  Instead, I had to be satisfied with "No, I don't think your son is stupid ma'am. It's an easy mistake to make. I have to plug and unplug these pedals in 15-20 times a day, and I make it at least once a week. Please try that first and let me know."



 

  • Like 9
  • Sad 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
4 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Ahhhhh, that feeling...  When you run out of superglue with seven minis left to build, and payday isn't for a few more days.  Guess that last box, and the couple of ones on the desk won't be assembled until payday then.

 

I'm not sure its as bad as knowing you have 2 bottles of Gorilla glue (blue & green cap) somewhere in your house still in package, yet you can't find either & have to buy a new bottle of green just to work on projects. :lol:

 

Now where did my accelerate spray go to............

  • Like 12
  • Haha 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I over did it gardening yesterday.  got the compost spread and the garden tilled.  Helped Middle Daughter build her shelf.  Went an got some more plants/bushes (including some red currants) and 20 bags of mulch.  I am feeling it this morning.  Getting my caffeine and food in my stomach so I can start popping ibuprofen like Tic-Tacs.  Plants are arranged but need to go in the ground.

 

Hope everyone is doing well.

  • Like 13

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
16 hours ago, NebulousMissy said:

 

Update on the wayward AC guy.

 

He realized once he was on the roof that he'd knocked on the wrong door. Our AC is fine tho. I expect we won't need it for awhile, after this weekend's random bout of entirely normal warm weather it's supposed to get pointlessly cold again. This isn't summer, it's San Francisco Summer.

 

I had a similar experience with a workman in my previous abode. Our apartment was on the third floor of six and one day we got said workman knocking on the door declaring that he needed access to our loft space. When I told him that we didn't have one, he was quite insistent that it was our apartment that had been listed to give access and our landlord had definitely sent us a letter to inform us. I ended up asking him if he had gone to the top of the stairwell on the way up and he finally figured that he might have the wrong place when he hadn't actually gone to the top of the building.

 

He left after that and I called our landlord, who confirmed that there was supposed to be work going on in the loft, but had no idea how our apartment got involved, other than a possible clerical error.

Edited by Kuroneko
  • Like 9

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
3 hours ago, haldir said:

 

I'm not sure its as bad as knowing you have 2 bottles of Gorilla glue (blue & green cap) somewhere in your house still in package, yet you can't find either & have to buy a new bottle of green just to work on projects. :lol:

 

Now where did my accelerate spray go to............

Yeah, I could see knowing you still have some but not knowing where it is could be rather annoying. 

 

I have some cash in my wallet, so I'll find an atm, deposit the cash, and then use a card to pay for another bottle of superglue - I want to finish assembling these minis today!  Then I'll only have twenty Infinity minis left to paint, but they'll be armies I'll be working on after the two that are current projects are taken care of ^_^

  • Like 10

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
8 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Ahhhhh, that feeling...  When you run out of superglue with seven minis left to build, and payday isn't for a few more days.  Guess that last box, and the couple of ones on the desk won't be assembled until payday then.

I just bought 6 bottles of the Loctite ultra gel for $20 because of this problem.

  • Like 10

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Similar Content

    • By Cyradis
      Congratulations, by opening this forum post, you have received a quest!
      This quest is a challenge created by the combined forces of @Sirithiliel the Queen Tiamacrab, a Wizard Most Wild @Pezler the Polychromatic, and myself – @Cyradis the Questgiver.
      The challenge is this! Paint a small dragon, letting the dice control the colors!
      The Rules:
      Post in the WIP Forums “_Your Pseudonym_ is taking the random rainbow dragon challenge!” or “_Your Pseudonym_ has accepted the d20 rainbow dragon quest!” something to that extent.

      Select a figure from one of the following: Stormwing (from Bones III), Kryphrixis (from Bones III), Deathsleet (77110), or Ebonwrath (77102).

      You must select the dragon BEFORE rolling for colors. Take a photo with the figure and a clock as proof of order of operations.  
      Roll for colors! Use a d20 and a photo, or an online dice roller with a screenshot as proof of rolling. Or have a fellow forum dweller vouch for your rolls. Use the Color Chart below to determine what the color is that you rolled. There are three rolls. Below is an online dice roller. Most keyboards have a PRT SCRN button that can take a screenshot for you. Then you can paste the photo into Paint to save. I'm sure there are better methods, but that works for me. 

      https://www.wizards.com/dnd/dice/dice.htm

      The first roll determines what your primary base color is. That must be the dominant color on the figure.

      The second roll determines your secondary color. It should be the second color that catches the eye, and second most prevalent color on the figure.

      The third roll determines your miscellaneous color. This should be most of the accent colors that you use, and third most prevalent color on the figure.

      You might need to order paint or go to the FLGS after rolling if you don’t have a given bottle – we’ll be patient and wait for you. If you can’t get a bottle of one of these colors, here is a spreadsheet with equivalent colors from different brands. If you really can't get them, use the closest thing you got to your rolls (let us know what they are please). 

      https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xl-x9eW3bLw5eqDeNUG2JUwn2EZwn34TDKfNIg5uul4/edit#gid=5
        Number
      Reaper #
      Color Name
      Color Description
      1
      9004
      Fire Red
      Bright red
      2
      9134
      Clotted Red
      Dull red
      3
      9218
      Lava Orange
      Volcanic orange
      4
      9201
      Orange Brown
      Dull orange
      5
      9009
      Lemon Yellow
      Bright yellow
      6
      9227
      Brilliant green
      Bright green
      7
      9035
      Olive Green
      Olive dull green
      8
      9017
      True Blue
      Bright blue
      9
      9231
      Heather Blue
      Dull light blue
      10
      9023
      Imperial Purple
      Deep purple
      11
      9026
      Violet Red
      A very misnamed color; somewhere between burgundy and magenta. Not violet.
      12
      9262
      Blush Pink
      Very pink
      13
      9029
      Earth Brown
      Generic brown
      14
      9122
      Terran Khaki
      Light brown
      15
      9263
      Mint Green
      Bright pastel green
      16
      9089
      Cloudy Grey
      Generic grey
      17
      9077
      Marine Teal
      Teal, blueish
      18
      9074
      Palomino Gold
      Earthy gold yellow
      19
      9037
      Pure Black
      Super black. Critical threat!
      20
      9039
      Pure White
      Super white. Critical threat!
       
      You are allowed to use whatever colors to shade and highlight that you want, as long as the rolled colors are obvious visually.* Example: you can shade a red dragon with purple, brown, or black, but it must always appear as a red dragon. A white dragon shaded with grey must appear as a white dragon, not a grey dragon.   
      You are allowed to use colors outside the ones that you rolled, but they must not take up more visual surface area than any of the others.** Example: your pink, green, and gray dragon is allowed to have bone-beige teeth.  
      The proportions of color on the figure can be however you want, as long as the 1st roll is dominant, 2nd is less, 3rd is less, and anything else smaller. Example: 70% pink, 15% green, 10% gray, and 5% anything else. Or it could be 50% pink, 25% green, 15% grey, and 10% anything else. The tidbit colors are fine wherever, as long as they are minor. 
        Paint your dragon according to the rolls plus your tidbits. Even if it is outrageous. The goal is to make the dragon look as awesome as possible without the benefit of planning color themes. You can add spots, stripes, eye-spots like moths have, or nothing. This is the base challenge. 
        Star 1* You may decide after your initial three rolls to limit your shading colors to your rolled colors mixed with pure black and white. You may still use tidbit colors. Declare this if you go for a Star 1 challenge!
        Star 2** You may decide after your initial three rolls to not use colors outside of your rolled ones and shading colors (so no tidbits like beige teeth, only 3 visual colors shaded however you want). Declare this if you go for a Star 2 challenge!
        Star 3*** You may decide to do both the Star 1 and Star 2 challenges, using absolutely nothing but your three rolled colors, plus black and white for shading. If you do this, you are allowed to use the white for areas like teeth and eyes that could be really weird otherwise (or not - up to you). Effectively, you have 5 colors to work with only, and three of them must be the majority (in decreasing order of prevalence). You gotta be nuts!
        There is no time limit on this. However, if the WIP photos stop showing up at a normal rate and there’s never a Show Off thread, the forum dwellers may gently poke fun at you for adding this to your Shelf of Shame.
        Post to the Show Off forums with a “_Your Pseudonym_ has completed the random rainbow dragon challenge!” sort of title upon completion. Brag about your awesome (or hilarious) dragon. Win all the internet-points. Receive experience and praise. Thus shall end the quest.
        Once the first Random Rainbow Dragon has been completed, we will start up a group Show Off thread to compile all of the dragons in a great flock of rainbowy goodness.   
      Current WIP List (started thanks to @Evilhalfling.) 
       
       
      Little Bluberry
      Sylverthorne
      Glitterwolf
      Cyradis
      Corporea
      Sirithiliel
      Morihalda
      Evilhalfling
      Guindyloo
      Maledrakh
      Eldamir
      pcktInt
      Talae
      nakos
      Kate
      midshipmaneasy
      Paradoxical Mouse
      Darsc Zacal
      vegascat
      Cranky Dog
      Auberon
      robinh
      Ulfheathen
      Phoenix Rising
      NebulousMissy
      Edsterdoom
      Ironhammer
      Thes Hunter
      Invisible Thumb
      arouark
      OneBoot
      Gadgetman
      Eldamir v2
      Ludo
      midshipmaneasy v2
      HornedTurtle
      Sophie was taken
      Crazyscribble
      Sanwah
      Inarah
      Mierot
      Xiwo Xerase
      WhiteWulfe & RuneLyall
    • By WhiteWulfe
      After seeing my first thread on it (I think it was @Glitterwolf's thread for such an honour) my first thought was pretty much "that looks like a LOT of fun", followed closely by "but I've never painted anything other than a few Space Marines!".  Yeah, well, challenge accepted, because I kind of fell in love with how Ebonwrath looks.
       
      Yup, I'm going into this technically with very little skill in painting, but while I'm waiting for Ebonwrath (and some gnolls and paint, gnolls are the honour guard for the paint, I swear) I'll have both of the learn to paint kits to work through, and assuming everything pans out (aka assuming I filled out my Canada Post FlexDelivery stuff correctly) I'll be picking those up after work today, and then about a week and a half (ish) later Ebonwrath will be in.  Seems like a semi-insane thing to do, dive right into painting a dragon when you originally were getting paints to steadily work on your WH40k Catachans army (and Skaven, sooooo many Skaven o_O ), but I figure why not have fun with life.  Besides, what better to put all the new skills the LTPK's are designed to help you get a baseline grasp on than a gigantic dragon of cuddles DOOOOOOOM that, in my eyes at least, can be bribed with cookies.
       
      Some say I'm insane, I say to be a good delivery driver you need just enough insanity...  Not enough to pass the entrance exams, but enough to be perfectly fine wearing shorts in -5C weather.  :P
       
      Anyways, onto the rolls!
       
       

      I wound up rolling 14, 19, and 3....  So Terran Khaki as the main, Pure Black as the secondary colour, and Lava Orange as a highlight.  Well now, that's an interesting mix in my eyes.  I'm not quite certain as to how this mix will pan out, but on the flipside I chose to dive into this headfirst, so I'm also going to give it a whirl as a full on three star challenge.  I'm actually kind of liking the sound of these colours, as I've had a number of different design possibilities come to mind already!
       

      Obviously, given the current promo and Rictus seeming like a nice and dedicated, honourable skeleton, I had to get a few other items into the cart for free shipping (plus a free skeleton!), and for someone to keep the gnolls in check while Ebonwrath is napping away in it's blister pack.  Can't let the gnolls steal the cookies after all.  Pure Black is included in one of the Learn To Paint Kits, so I didn't add it into the order from Reaper.
       
      Here's hoping I won't have to make too too much room in my gaming area to work on Ebonwrath ^_^;;;;; (since it's still another two months before I can get a dedicated miniatures area set up, but man am I looking forward to such!)
       
       
      EDIT (Jan 7th @ 15:44 MST): Totally forgot to add this in...  For additional information regarding the rainbow dragon challenge, here's the main thread for it!
      (end edit)
    • By Inarah
      Link to original challenge: 
      I don't have any of the dragons selected for the challenge. I do have the dracolisk, https://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/basilisk/latest/77379
      So I'm painting that. 
       
      Die roll, 13, 18, 2.  Earth brown, palomino gold, clotted red.   Good colors.  I don't have the Earth or Clotted Red but can approximate. 
       
      Baby needs a bath first. 
       
       
    • By HornedTurtle
      So I decided to do this random dragon challenge thing.
       
      My rolls.

      Main 20 9039 Pure White
      Secondary 6 9227 Brilliant green
      Miscellaneous 10 9023 Imperial Purple
       
      And my intent is to do the 3 star challenge, I was planning this before rolling.  Interesting colors, I have the pure white but not the other two.
       
      The arrival of Deathsleet with his Halloweeny reinforcements, and the missing two paints.

       
      And here he is ready for the paint.

       
      I started with giving him a primer of brilliant green cut with 2-3 times as much pure white.
       

       
       
       
    • By InvisibleThumb
      Stuck my thumb in the box of unpainted bones and pulled out a Kyphryxis.
       

       
      must unbag bag and dry fit, trim mold lines and scrub, but first, the random colors...
       

       
      15, ah what could that mean?  I'll look later.  Let's roll another.
       

       
      seven!  Good.  Nicely spaced numbers.  Will look it up in a minute.  For the third roll...  Well darn gotta wait for the full minute so the time shown is different...  Finally!
       

       
      oof!  One!  Critical miss.  Well, it's probably a boring color at the top of the table.  Let's see what this means:
       
      15: mint green
      7: olive green
      1: fire red 
       
      huh.  Whadaya know.  Time to go see what I've got for colors... (To be continued)
  • Who's Online   28 Members, 2 Anonymous, 42 Guests (See full list)

×
×
  • Create New...