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  1. Cool, it turns out the guy who runs my local gaming club (Viv, who also runs Knights of Dice), is a keen player and set up the Twilight webstore and facebook fan group. Well, this project just got a lot more certain. I just have to wait for the covid thing to settle down so my job's a little more secure and I can get ordering.
  2. Just finished watching the interview with Mike about Twilight with my middle son and now he wants to jump in and also write and model his own game.
  3. Looks like he lost a battle with a bottle of Simple Green. Also, finally got something done, and trying something new. I'm trying some fast painting with grey scaling. I primed some minins and drybrushed them white before trying thing washes over the top. It's giving a dirty look which is hiding many of the imperfections so I don't have to stop and correct as much. Should get these done in quick time for me.
  4. *sniff* It's as beautiful as I remember.
  5. First GW model under the brush since, ooh, 1995.
  6. Operation Do The Things I Wanted To In My Early Teens But Couldn't is a go!
  7. Operation Do The Things I Wanted To In My Early Teens But Couldn't is a go!
  8. You need to get the right kind. Some of the non-vanilla products don't contain chloroxylenol, which is what does the stripping. I made this mistake the first time and just ended up with still painted, pine-smelling minis.
  9. Highlighting with an airbrush? Cover the corroded areas with blue tack using a tool to cover the area as exactly as possible.
  10. Soooo, blocking some colours to make the Carrion Effigy into an undead parot, and.... does thia look like a macaw to you?
  11. Mixing my own neat. I used a mix of Winsow and Newtons Paynes Grey and Prussian Blue. I've been meaning to use them for a while, but seeing the video below prompted me to use them now. I used the same approach he did. Worked a charm. I've used oils before as a wash and I've never has an issue getting them to flow. You do really have to have a tiny amount of paint to thinner, though.
  12. First attempt at using oils to shade with. Super easy and straightforward. I just need finer, more resistant smooth brush for blending in the deep recesses.
  13. So my Saga Age of Magic book arrived, and I realised how much more painting I have to do, so I decided to put that to one side for the moment and paint this new Ressers Nightmare Molly crew for malifaux a go: The big winged guy is going to be a parrot.
  14. Does anyone have any experiance with using Liquitex acryllic gauche?
  15. ....and I've re-re-subbed to Classic WoW. Because apparently you can't quit. It's not allowed. Toying with the idea of continuing with my lvl 14 druid or just going priest. I have veeeeryu little playtime, so startign anew isn't an easy decision.
  16. Any high-skill DPS is a paint to deal with, but a Widow in the right hands can shut down entire portions of the map. I have total respect for the skill those players have, but I really don't want o have a game basically go to "GG" when it's made clear there are insta-death zones.
  17. What are they trying to make up for with those cross bows?
  18. I like the sound fo this. Forcing everyone to flex. Or, more to the point, taking away Widow is going to make some maps actually fun on the higherskill matches.
  19. Slow progress is slow: Also I apparently like my paint schemes like I like my coffee.
  20. Doh, so it is.... I've been away from this game too long. Can't stop but did stop. I just checked through the patch notes and saw she got one hell of a nerf to her healing. Because, you know, what Overwatch always needed was less incentive to play healers. I also saw the big nerf to shields. Looks like I'll be spending more time on Sym too.
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