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2 hours ago, Chirpncia said:

Thanks! I love the idea of how a cartoon horror(possibly) character can be very terrifying after making a realistic model of it. :)

Makes me think of a rabid Scooby Doo....

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12 hours ago, 72moonglum said:

I'd like to say I'd left some miniatures in their blisters, but for good or for ill, with 98% of my miniatures, as soon as I get a pack of miniatures, I tear them open...

 

And man, way back then, we just didn't have EBay.....

 

NOW I leave the buggers in the blisters until I'm ready to paint them.


Dark Horse did a BUNCH of licensed minis, as well as some weirdities; I still have a blister with three toddler skeletons on tricycles brandishing revolvers. They are still in the blister because even now, thirty years later, I have no idea what I am going to do with them.

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10 hours ago, Dr.Bedlam said:

 

NOW I leave the buggers in the blisters until I'm ready to paint them.


Dark Horse did a BUNCH of licensed minis, as well as some weirdities; I still have a blister with three toddler skeletons on tricycles brandishing revolvers. They are still in the blister because even now, thirty years later, I have no idea what I am going to do with them.

Of the thousands of miniatures I have purchased over the years, I have maybe four or five sets still in the blister, and those are only because they are multi-piece minis that I don’t want to lose the parts for.  I can’t generally control myself, always feel the need to open them up..

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Wine, women, cheese dip, frays & mulch. But it is all nothing without Rufferto. Wherefore arte thou Rufferto?

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Did I err?

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3 hours ago, Otyugh said:

Wine, women, cheese dip, frays & mulch. But it is all nothing without Rufferto. Wherefore arte thou Rufferto?

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Did I err?

Some day I’m going to track down the Dark Horse figures....they made a Rufferto figure Back in the day....

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On 10/25/2020 at 9:36 PM, lowlylowlycook said:

But imagine painting all the civilian crowds...

Speaking of which, and only slightly off topic, I'm really looking forwards to the new Reaper Bones V villagers set, only six or so months away........

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