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@billeecats I had the same feeling of what have I done when I first opened the big box, then again when I started putting together the core set. I'm certain I'll feel that way again when the next kickstarter for minis shows up, but thats not til next April so I've got a while. I also backed one for base toppers and quality brushes, those two are supposed to be arriving sometime next month.


@R2ED I have to keep things organized, I have OCD issues with organization. My boss loves it, cause it helps to keep the cooler at my store looking nice. I would have taken up more space if I could in the garage, but its not just my garage and we are still cleaning it up.

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@Ambrousis I feel that. I got the ReaperCon mega bundle, so whenever that arrives, I'll feel this twinge again, but then I'm not allowing myself to buy any more minis for a while.


On a different note, I love seeing others painting spaces. My current painting area is a folding table in our guest room, which is already too cramped because it has my desk for work as well (I work full time from home). We're hoping to move to a bigger home early next year, when I'll finally get an actual office, and some dedicated space for painting. I have so many ideas around how I'll organize that, but it's an evolving plan, and seeing what everyone else does with their painting spaces is great inspiration. 

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Tonight will be my first time painting in a while. I am going to do some highlighting on a group of Pathfinder goblins that I started a while ago and then abandoned.  For the most point they have all been basecoated and I am going to hit them with my new goblin flesh recipe.  Then finish off weapons and torches and such. 

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On 7/8/2021 at 5:03 AM, Ambrousis said:

From some of the other pictures I've seen of the gem dragon it looks like the base is somewhat hollow, I've got some ideas on LEDs for it and the loot golem. I'll know better once they show up.


The base is in two parts; the top part is hollow, and slots into the bottom part:






On 7/24/2021 at 8:11 PM, R2ED said:

Wait a minute... am i the only one left in this group who has not received bones 5 yet?  Please tell me this is not the case. 


I have 2 giant boxes arriving from Reaper tomorrow as well! I don't actually know whether it's my pledge, my minis for the classes I'm teaching at ReaperCon, or both, but one thing's for sure:





--OneBoot :D 

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Got my shipping notification last night! ARRIVES WEDNESDAY!  I might be the last one to get it in this group, but I can't wait to get started. I have to clean up the workstation from its current chaotic state when I get off work, and organize a bunch of foam I found for terrain projects. I wasn't expecting to stumble on 6 full sized sheets of that pink foam stuff and it's taking up more storage than I'd like. Also gotta figure where to put that pirate ship.....

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