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And for the terrain fans - a GIANT ANT HILL. Don't care about giant ants? It's a volcano! Who doesn't need a volcano?

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13 minutes ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

I would think that your bovine has a steak in your decisions. ::P:

 

My bovine is a steak in my future. Need some marinade, though. Lots of marinade.

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2 minutes ago, StarFyre said:

 

i've painted the WotC early 2000 black dragon (metal - that was a paint to assemble due to wing weight), the metal kaladrax, the huge bones 1 kaladrax (which i hated by time i was done - and i rush painted it just to get over dealing with it - that project was so annoying), Ral Partha Great Red dragon (one of their collector editions).  I have many more though - un painted. a couple started work on - filling gaps, resculpting parts, etc.

 

Sanjay

I remember that dragon.  A friend of mine had it and he asked me to base coat it.  I used the gloss black instead of regular black.  I was not allowed to finish it.... (we were all still learning to paint)

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1 minute ago, Guindyloo said:

And for the terrain fans - a GIANT ANT HILL. Don't care about giant ants? It's a volcano! Who doesn't need a volcano?

 

Sure, as long as it comes with baking soda and vinegar, for that real erupting action.

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Just now, Doug Sundseth said:

 

 

Sure, as long as it comes with baking soda and vinegar, for that real erupting action.

 

It's fun AND educational! :bday:

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2 minutes ago, Doug Sundseth said:

 

 

Sure, as long as it comes with baking soda and vinegar, for that real erupting action.

 

Chemically-induced eruptions are today's theme.  

 

2 minutes ago, Guindyloo said:

 

It's fun AND educational! :bday:

 

Until somebody loses an eye.  Maybe especially when somebody loses an eye.  

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10 minutes ago, cosxcam said:

 

How bad is it? I imagine wall to wall dragons now.

 

 

In terms of dragons i have, as mentioned in another post below, the painted ones i did:

 

 - WotC early 2000 black dragon (metal - that was a paint to assemble due to wing weight)

- metal kaladrax,

- huge bones 1 kaladrax  (which i didnt realize was solid, hated that.....so I resculpted the rib cage, neck, shoulder joints for wings,  and spine to make it hollow (which i hated by time i was done - so much work)

- Ral Partha Great Red dragon

- Bones 4 dragon turtle (my sword and brush contest entry for 2019)

 

Begun work:

 

- CMON Cang (best dragon model IMHO) - started assembling/filling gaps in the castle base

- Forgeworld  (FW) Khorne Dragon  - removed throne on back and begun resculpting the proper spine for the dragon (need to remove the integrated armour plates along tail, mutated chaos claw to make it a normal dragon arm, etc), and its big so lots of work for this one

- my grail model - garage kit Tiamat by Hector Arce - ive made a 2 part rough mold of the red dragon head.  want to resculpt on the copy to make it appear like a 3rd edition red dragon head.  This model is here:  5_headed_dragon_statue_wip_by_fritofrito

 

Other Dragons i have but not worked on:

 

- Mierce Angrislaug

- Reaper Bones Argent 

- FW Chaos Dragon

- FW Emperor Fire Dragon 

- GW Smaug 

- Joan or Arc dragon (which i want to resculpt, add forelegs and redo 60% of it, and turn its frame into a bronze dragon that matches the 3e/4e art)

- GF9 D&D Collector series gold dragon

 

since everyone here knows how i like large show piece models, got lots of larger models in boxes or on shelves not started, etc.  And i have a 32 inch long model arriving soon :) :) :) 

 

Sanjay

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1 hour ago, Sanael said:

Burrito Buglips.

Now I want to see this as a mini. 
 

46 minutes ago, cosxcam said:

I like the idea of having the siege weapons, but I can think of maybe two or three times in my years of TTRPGs that they would actually hit the table. Kind of waffling on them at the moment.

I'm looking to use these for wargames. Lot's of times it would have been nice to have some, since we use to do a lot of siege scenarios. 
 

14 minutes ago, Thoramel said:

Just realized I'm going to have to get 2 of each of the siege engines. One to paint as normal. And then I'll need one to paint as a pile of half burned timbers for when the party destroys one/has one destroyed. Because if I know anything about my players they'll figure out a way to blow them up whether they're the ones manning it or not.

Great. Just great. Now I need 4 of each, instead of 2 each. Two whole versions, and two damaged versions.   

Unless I can just get three, and divide the 3rd one into two parts?

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1 minute ago, Skallabjorn said:

In relation to the "Fartflinger"

 

Image result for goblobber

 

And, yes I do own one of these. OOOOOLD geek.

 

This is exactly how I get to Reapercon every year.  

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1 minute ago, StarFyre said:

 

In terms of dragons i have, as mentioned in another post below, the painted ones i did:

 

 - WotC early 2000 black dragon (metal - that was a paint to assemble due to wing weight)

- metal kaladrax,

- huge bones 1 kaladrax  (which i didnt realize was solid, hated that.....so I resculpted the rib cage, neck, shoulder joints for wings,  and spine to make it hollow (which i hated by time i was done - so much work)

- Ral Partha Great Red dragon

- Bones 4 dragon turtle (my sword and brush contest entry for 2019)

 

Begun work:

 

- CMON Cang (best dragon model IMHO) - started assembling/filling gaps in the castle base

- Forgeworld  (FW) Khorne Dragon  - removed throne on back and begun resculpting the proper spine for the dragon (need to remove the integrated armour plates along tail, mutated chaos claw to make it a normal dragon arm, etc), and its big so lots of work for this one

 

Other Dragons i have but not worked on:

 

- Mierce Angrislaug

- Reaper Bones Argent 

- FW Chaos Dragon

- FW Emperor Fire Dragon 

- GW Smaug 

- Joan or Arc dragon (which i want to resculpt, add forelegs and redo 60% of it, and turn its frame into a bronze dragon that matches the 3e/4e art)

- GF9 D&D Collector series gold dragon

 

since everyone here knows how i like large show piece models, got lots of larger models in boxes or on shelves not started, etc.  And i have a 32 inch long model arriving soon :) :) :) 

 

Sanjay

So how much you charge? lol

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1 minute ago, Bane Of Humanity said:

So how much you charge? lol

charge for what?


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Just now, buglips*the*goblin said:

This is exactly how I get to Reapercon every year.  

 

I feel like this is commentary on my driving and I don't appreciate it.

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