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Just now, Guindyloo said:

 

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

 

No, I'd never insult your driving like that.   Your driving is much more terrifying!    

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4 minutes ago, kristof65 said:

Now I want to see this as a mini. 
 

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. 
 

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?

 Honestly, rather than damaging a good model, you might be better off picking up some appropriately sized wood bits at a craft or hobby store and working from there. Michael's usually has a really good selection of that sort of thing. Heavy twine for the rope, etc. Some of the model railroading supply sites would have the metal bits.

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2 minutes ago, Guindyloo said:
4 minutes ago, 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.

Could be commentary on the vehicle, rather than the driver. My first car was affectionately known as the skunk-mobile. 

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Just now, Bane Of Humanity said:

Doing all that work...

you mean on a specific model for someone else ? hehe

 

all those are mine.  I dont do commissions anymore.   If i did, it would probably be too much to make it worth your money. i would, instead, recommend much better award winning painters/sculptors i know or can contact to do your project to a higher level than i can :)


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16 minutes ago, StarFyre said:

 

i've painted the WotC early 2000 black dragon

 

I THINK that is the D&D black dragon i have

 

 

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Just now, buglips*the*goblin said:

No, I'd never insult your driving like that.   Your driving is much more terrifying!

 

Dern right it is. Trying to ruin my reputation like that. <_<

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23 minutes ago, cosxcam said:

 

I'm  just over painting dragons at this point. I knocked out 4 huge, 2 gargantuan, 4 large, and Ma'al Drakar in the last year for Tyranny of Dragons. I'm not sure I ever want to paint a dragon again at this point.

 

luckily for me, i think i shall never get over painting dragons

 

now painting tiny humanoid minis...that's a huge, unfun chore for me haha. Trying minimize how many tiny things i get from thsi kickstarter, i still have SO MUCH of the PCs and NPCs and orcs and everything else to paint

 

got all my dragons done though, ohter than Argent and dance of death

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Just now, Crowley said:

Could be commentary on the vehicle, rather than the driver. My first car was affectionately known as the skunk-mobile. 

 

If I were brave enough to trash-talk the Fit, I would first be sure I was right with my estate lawyer, life insurance, and god.  

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Just now, Sirithiliel said:

 

luckily for me, i think i shall never get over painting dragons

 

now painting tiny humanoid minis...that's a huge, unfun chore for me haha

and i agree with this. i had a large lizardmen army.  i dont like painting small humanoids.  I maybe do 1 a year or every 2 years. stick with monsters most of time.

 

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2 minutes ago, StarFyre said:

you mean on a specific model for someone else ? hehe

 

all those are mine.  I dont do commissions anymore.   If i did, it would probably be too much to make it worth your money. i would, instead, recommend much better award winning painters/sculptors i know or can contact to do your project to a higher level than i can :)


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Well no, I thought that was your personal collection.  I just thought since you do it so much you must be makin money with it too.

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Just now, Crowley said:

Could be commentary on the vehicle, rather than the driver.

 

No, it's definitely the driver. Just picture the Penguin when he took over driving the Batmobile in Batman Returns - literally me when I'm driving home from work every day.

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13 minutes ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

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

The theme of the education changes when that happens. Like seeing exactly -how- mad people can get with you.

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So the bits and pieces I've picked up point to the Chronoscope Expansion being focused on 1920s/Chtulu sort of stuff? 

If that's true, while it's great for the fans of that sort of stuff, I hope it doesn't mean that there won't be any sci-fi at all. 

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4 minutes ago, Sirithiliel said:

 

luckily for me, i think i shall never get over painting dragons

 

now painting tiny humanoid minis...that's a huge, unfun chore for me haha. Trying minimize how many tiny things i get from thsi kickstarter, i still have SO MUCH of the PCs and NPCs and orcs and everything else to paint

 

got all my dragons done though, ohter than Argent and dance of death

 

I don't mind humanoids as long as it isn't the same sculpt over and over, a little variety goes a long way. At the same time, I do have buckets of tiny humanoid minis I haven't gotten to yet, so I might just be delusional about what I like painting. 

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1 minute ago, Guindyloo said:

 

No, it's definitely the driver. Just picture the Penguin when he took over driving the Batmobile in Batman Returns - literally me when I'm driving home from work every day.

In some ways I'm sad we don't live closer to each other.

 

In other ways?? :blink: I'm glad we don't live in the same region of the country. 

 

Really want to get my hands on that grinning dragon... 

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