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K2SO looks really good. Like you said, you've caught his sense of ennui.

Looking forward to seeing more Japanese stuff.

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Don Qui Hotep wrote:Mera looks badass! My brother was very into the Green Lantern, he had me read Blackest Night and I was blown away. Mera going red and Luthor going orange were the highlights. Nice light touch on the transparent blue.

Cheers chief! Yeah I was never a GL fan till I came across Geoff Johns's run. Totally transformed my feelings on them orange Luthor was one of the other highlights for sure.
Viterbi wrote:Glowy bits of Cyborg are very cool focal points and as Don Qui Hotep says, Mera is badass. Great sculpt with a wonderful paintjob!

Thanks buddy. If I'm being honest I do prefer my Cyborg paint job, but partly because I wasn't sure how the print had turned out.
aku-chan wrote:Angry Mera is awesome!
The Star Wars stuff is continuing to paint up nicely, particularly Maul and his tats.

Thanks man. There is (tiny) progress on Ahsoka and a couple of others but nothing worth sharing. I've got Atrocitus and something to convert into Bleez on the go too, so just need to find a good STL for Dex-Starr to really get my Red Lantern Corps done I have an Arisia Rrab printed also but I'll hold off and compare her to the official one first and go from there.
Fifty wrote:K2SO looks really good. Like you said, you've caught his sense of ennui.
Looking forward to seeing more Japanese stuff.

Thanks. Well, I'm in the process of writing a wee Hellboy scenario for my kids based loosely on Sword of Storms. I reckon I've sorted the various cards, not 100% on the difficulty curve / enemy choice. Here's the scenery piece for the final confrontation:

Artisan's guild Oni shrine. Lovely piece, about 80mm

I did manage to fail to print the round ends of the tiles on one side, but I've tried to paint them instead. You'd never know IF I have time I'll paint up the big Akuma for Thunder also.
Little miss had good birthday, cake was awesome and tomorrow we'll crack open My First Carcassone

What has been extensively productive over the last couple of days is my first attempts at cold weather priming. I've got around of my built SoB primed in 2 large batches (one dark brown, one dark grey) and no primer shock yet! So, more stuff to paint on the way!
Hey ho
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That shrine looks really nice. I always baulk a bit at resin printed terrain just based on how much it uses, but even then, I suppose that's a couple of quids' worth or thereabouts, certainly cheaper than buying it!

Mera looks fantastic, really striking in that scheme. Impressive work on Cyborg as well, the light really add to it. I really wasn't keen on my print of that mini (though it was one of my first, I should probably give it another go),

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Shrine looks like it belongs in Princess Mononke. Love the little spirits they look great.

That is one impressive looking cake, did it taste as good as it looks?
   
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Oof, that cake is huge, must have taken hours for you to print out! How much resin did it take?

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 Don Qui Hotep wrote:
Oof, that cake is huge, must have taken hours for you to print out! How much resin did it take?


Mmmm, sweet, delicious resin

   
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 Don Qui Hotep wrote:
Oof, that cake is huge, must have taken hours for you to print out! How much resin did it take?


Must have been printed in pieces, so it's likely hollow; so not as much as you'd think. Maybe 1 bottle, unless each of the colours was a separate print?

On a slightly more sensible note, the cake looks brilliant! My wife would kill for a cake like that. Or a Space Mom one.
I may have to give it a go nearer her birthday... not baked a cake before though, so it could be interesting

   
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 Don Qui Hotep wrote:
Oof, that cake is huge, must have taken hours for you to print out! How much resin did it take?


Must have been printed in pieces, so it's likely hollow; so not as much as you'd think. Maybe 1 bottle, unless each of the colours was a separate print?

On a slightly more sensible note, the cake looks brilliant! My wife would kill for a cake like that. Or a Space Mom one.
I may have to give it a go nearer her birthday... not baked a cake before though, so it could be interesting


If it's hollow you can eat more Right? Or is it what they call "Empty Calories"? Either way it is brilliant.

If you are going to bake her a cake, make sure you also have some special cupcakes ordered and hidden away....Just in Case

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
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Paradigm wrote:That shrine looks really nice. I always baulk a bit at resin printed terrain just based on how much it uses, but even then, I suppose that's a couple of quids' worth or thereabouts, certainly cheaper than buying it!

Well, it's not huge, is hollow and has a couple of drain holes dug in so really wasn't as much as you'd think.

Mera looks fantastic, really striking in that scheme. Impressive work on Cyborg as well, the light really add to it. I really wasn't keen on my print of that mini (though it was one of my first, I should probably give it another go),

Very kind sir. Yeah I'm genuinely surprised how well Cyborg turned out, and the stl designer is pleased with it too - bonus!
Slinky wrote:
Mmmm, sweet, delicious resin

Totally heard that in Homer's voice
endtransmission wrote:
Must have been printed in pieces, so it's likely hollow; so not as much as you'd think. Maybe 1 bottle, unless each of the colours was a separate print?
On a slightly more sensible note, the cake looks brilliant! My wife would kill for a cake like that. Or a Space Mom one.
I may have to give it a go nearer her birthday... not baked a cake before though, so it could be interesting

It was actually a pretty easy cake tbh. And the chocolate cake recipe we use is foolproof (I cannot bake, and even I can make it ), lasts brilliantly and can be frozen. Feel free to hit me up for the recipe

Theophony wrote:
If it's hollow you can eat more Right? Or is it what they call "Empty Calories"?Either way it is brilliant.
If you are going to bake her a cake, make sure you also have some special cupcakes ordered and hidden away....Just in Case

All sounds perfectly reasonable lol.

So in anticipation of our custom Hellboy: Sword of Storms scenario, I painted the Akuma / Thunder also:

I really enjoyed this.

I got a bit carried away, tbh. Just felt like doing green osl for contrast.

The pinkish neck gems, purple robes and cream cloth are a bit of an homage to Akuma from streetfighter

Alongside the shrine

And with Lightning. So all in all we had an excellent time playing Sword of Storms:

We barely survived it (I feel I have rather got this down to an art and it felt very cinematic, right down to us inadvertently splitting the party at the end - just like the film. My general feelings about Liz being over-powered notwithstanding, it worked really well using the big 3 (and Kate Corrigan as backup, to be accurate to the story), although it was VERY enemy heavy. It was nice to play HB again, it's a very different kind of game to SoB despite surface similarities of co-op crawl. I'm glad that I took the time yesterday to build the scenario from the BPRD Archives expansion, and it required very little on the fly modification.

I also painted up my Jargono Gateway set

I don't really see the point of these in game, but they're lovely scatter terrain. Spent way too long on them
Proof that cold weather priming is absolutely viable if you're VERY careful - these were primed outdoors whilst it was snowing.
Plus, we got a couple of games of My First Carcassone with little miss. It's very good, actually; it would be a great pub game in a tin as it's fast, easy and stupidly competitive
What's next? Well, I have a good amount of SoB primed, and got to keep those 2021 number up
Till then
Graven

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Well, despite remote learning and snow, got a fair bit done today. I got a whole lot of void spiders finished

These are the Ancient Spiders (ice world version, basically), I enjoyed them more than I expected and particularly like the slightly shiny blue sheen to the carapaces. I'll be doing the regular Void Spiders brown with purple carapaces, I think.
I also got a mail drop of technical paints, and alternating Armageddon dunes and dust (though actually I struggle to differentiate) meant everything primed so far has now got its desert/mine base done (more than 60, certainly). Base colours got blocked in on half a dozen tentacles and the Goliath (mini Cthulhu) too. Very productive.

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The blue carapace does work nicely.

I see there's a Western-themed Zombicide coming, could provide useful SoB fodder, perhaps?

   
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Look at those gribbly spiders! Love their thorax-maws. Keep your eye on them - I'm not sure they won't scuttle off your table and nest somewhere...

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Oh I do hate me some spiders. Was bitten by a brown recluse spider once. Pro tip; if getting bitten by a venomous creature is on your list of 50 things to do before you die, go ahead and make it item 51. You can thank me whenever.

Love those gateways. Very nice for any sort of dungeon decor. I find having 'tiles' to set down when playing D&D is a lot easier, and quicker than trying to describe everything.

 
   
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Slinky wrote:The blue carapace does work nicely.

I see there's a Western-themed Zombicide coming, could provide useful SoB fodder, perhaps?

Cheers yeah, so I see. Tbh I don't YET need another game and I'm not crazy about Zombicide but a bit of variety in the available undead is very tempting.

Don Qui Hotep wrote:Look at those gribbly spiders! Love their thorax-maws. Keep your eye on them - I'm not sure they won't scuttle off your table and nest somewhere...

Gribble gribble gribble
Red Harvest wrote:Oh I do hate me some spiders. Was bitten by a brown recluse spider once. Pro tip; if getting bitten by a venomous creature is on your list of 50 things to do before you die, go ahead and make it item 51. You can thank me whenever.

Love those gateways. Very nice for any sort of dungeon decor. I find having 'tiles' to set down when playing D&D is a lot easier, and quicker than trying to describe everything.

Yikes. I am not averse to spiders - they are the scourge of the wasps that have repeatedly tried to nest in our house (encase nest in web - spider larder!) - but then in this country they're rarely bitey. Still, in your honour, I shall paint the other 12 brown
Yeah I love a bit of dungeon scatter. I see this as a step up from the Hellboy stuff, really.

Fun! My next step is to bite the bullet and get a mantic mine set, probably.

So what's next?
What indeed

Scourge rats. Horrid things. It's really interesting that it's the horde enemies that cause us the biggest problems.
Speaking of hordes...

A mix of official and printed tentacles.

And as an Ancient Horror.

Wait.
You want more Tentacles?! Fine...

There, happy?

No?

Ok?!

Alongside Tentacles, which it can summon:

And a group/scale shot


Large scale painting was also done yesterday, as the wife decided to paint the living room. Amusingly (she's tiny) she did the big jobs of the walls and I did the fine detail of the glosswork etc (granted I did the ceiling too).

I'm off to finish the radiators...
Graven

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
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Crazy disgusting.

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"And just because there are not enough tentacles around, I'm going to barf up more of them on you." Said every Cthulu monster ever.


LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
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Gitsplitta wrote:Crazy disgusting.

*bows in nerd* thank you
Theophony wrote:"And just because there are not enough tentacles around, I'm going to barf up more of them on you." Said every Cthulu monster ever.

Hey, it's better than Hentai

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
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 inmygravenimage wrote:

Red Harvest wrote:Oh I do hate me some spiders. Was bitten by a brown recluse spider once. Pro tip; if getting bitten by a venomous creature is on your list of 50 things to do before you die, go ahead and make it item 51. You can thank me whenever.

Love those gateways. Very nice for any sort of dungeon decor. I find having 'tiles' to set down when playing D&D is a lot easier, and quicker than trying to describe everything.

Yikes. I am not averse to spiders - they are the scourge of the wasps that have repeatedly tried to nest in our house (encase nest in web - spider larder!) - but then in this country they're rarely bitey. Still, in your honour, I shall paint the other 12 brown
Yeah I love a bit of dungeon scatter. I see this as a step up from the Hellboy stuff, really.
Don't forget to paint the fiddle on their backs. They're also called fiddleback spiders.

Sound like you have some pretty wimpy wasps. Check out this Tarantula Hawk

Ah tentacles. Not just for Chaos marines anymore

 
   
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Those are some great monsters! I love the tentacle-vomit worm especially!

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That's a lot of tentacles and tentacle related things!

   
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Love Akuma, so much colors that work really well together, great job! And scrolling through the rest of the pics, one H.P. Lovecraft is lying smiling in his grave
   
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Gitsplitta wrote:Crazy disgusting.

*bows in nerd* thank you
Theophony wrote:"And just because there are not enough tentacles around, I'm going to barf up more of them on you." Said every Cthulu monster ever.

Hey, it's better than Hentai
Red Harvest wrote:Don't forget to paint the fiddle on their backs. They're also called fiddleback spiders.
Sound like you have some pretty wimpy wasps. Check out this Tarantula Hawk
Ah tentacles. Not just for Chaos marines anymore

not painting a dozen and our wasps are irritating enough, thanks
Gwyn chan 'r Gwyll wrote:Those are some great monsters! I love the tentacle-vomit worm especially!

Ah, thanks! Yeah the Burrower was a lot of fun. I'm going to need more crimson now for sure, its mouth used up a lot.
aku-chan wrote:That's a lot of tentacles and tentacle related things!

Tentacular Spectacular
So, a little bit of scatter terrain for the mine:

By my Byzantine self imposed rules, 2 pieces of scatter count as one painted thing. So that's my printed stuff done, plus one base of "real" stuff.

Played the first part of the BGG "One Way Ticket" campaign with the kids.

We did ok, partial victory, oddly satisfying not to trounce the scenario.

Train crashed through the void and now we're stuck in the Swamps. No bad thing
What's on the paint queue? Well, part painted/primed right now are the Order of the Crimson Hand - great old one cultists. The Harbinger and Hellbats, seen on the train above, another set of tentacles and 2 sets of Stranglers. All ready to go, but I'm out of sepia so won't be able to finish up bases. The technical Armageddon paints are great for the basing but it eats sepia ink. The weather is due to turn mild next week so I might try to rattle (ha) through the rest, almost all monsters are built now, just need to accessorise a few bases.
Hey ho
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Those tentacled critters are a scary looking bunch, l really like the color scheme. Great job on the mining terrain did you make that from the printer?
   
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Yorkright wrote: Those tentacled critters are a scary looking bunch, l really like the color scheme. Great job on the mining terrain did you make that from the printer?

Thanks mate. Speaking of Tentacles..

Squiggly. And more!

Oh, yay, horde enemies; dark stranglers and desert stranglers. Just cranking them out. At the end of the day it's just a board game and the early plastics are characterful enough but not fantastic, so I'm happy enough. Hand is slightly bothersome, and I can see all the flaws, but these aren't luxurious bits of resin or showcase army.

Hellbats likewise, as wife was working late. I'll spend more time on the giant bat Daemon, the Harbinger, however.

We started the Finale of our Imperial Assault campaign today:

It's a big, multi-part scenario which lends itself well to the occasionally limited attention span of small people. We may finish tomorrow, maybe Weds. Tyrants of Lothal expansion came today, so we now have all the core campaign sets for the game

Other news, well, I quit Facebook as I found I am doomscrolling too much - my wife's slightly unconvinced that's any different from lurking in Dakka but at least there's a PURPOSE to that, you know? still rather despondent about work but trying to rumble on. Little miss is due to return to school next Monday so hopefully that will ease the homeschool pressure, at least. Trying to feel positive, trying bit to be a crabbit old man
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It’s so hard on educators and kids with homeschooling. Educators like you and my wife thrive on that in person contact with the kids and get that feedback, much like Dakkadakka, and not so much like Facebook.

The one nice thing that may come out with everyone learning how to virtual learn is weather days. We have been hit with a freaking nasty storm this weekend through Wednesday/Thursday. Temperatures in the single digit Fahrenheit and we have around 6” of snow right now and expecting another 3-4 still. School may be cancelled in person, but the kids could learn online still. Which will be great once the pandemic ends and things return to “normal”, instead of snow days we can just have learn from home days, and kids that are contagious with colds can still learn from home without falling behind. So bright sides .

As for the new models painted.

“They can FLY?”

So much better than hentai , plus not as much squeaky girl voices .

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
None of the strange ideas we had about you involved your sexual orientation..........-Monkeytroll 12/10/13

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Love all the little wormy dudes!

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Those additions all look great! Oh, hold off on the Mantic mine set

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Theophony wrote:It’s so hard on educators and kids with homeschooling. Educators like you and my wife thrive on that in person contact with the kids and get that feedback, much like Dakkadakka, and not so much like Facebook.
The one nice thing that may come out with everyone learning how to virtual learn is weather days. We have been hit with a freaking nasty storm this weekend through Wednesday/Thursday. Temperatures in the single digit Fahrenheit and we have around 6” of snow right now and expecting another 3-4 still. School may be cancelled in person, but the kids could learn online still. Which will be great once the pandemic ends and things return to “normal”, instead of snow days we can just have learn from home days, and kids that are contagious with colds can still learn from home without falling behind. So bright sides .
As for the new models painted. “They can FLY?” So much better than hentai , plus not as much squeaky girl voices .

It's very tough, and lacking that contact that we depend on to support young people is really challenging.
I'm fairly sure the critters cause a few squeals here and there

Gitsplitta wrote:Love all the little wormy dudes!

Well, there's certainly lots more wriggly, squiggly goodness to come

endtransmission wrote:Those additions all look great! Oh, hold off on the Mantic mine set

what ARE you up to?

Despite a busy teaching day, got some nerd done. Threw some paint on the other spiders:

Inspired by Red Harvest's brown spider troubles. No fiddlebacks here
I got a lot of the other stuff primed for Brimstone, or at least everything under a black or brown.

Oh wait, there's more.

Ultimately, all very quick work, easily doable between classes. Actually painting the figs is another matter...
Light greys are a job for tomorrow, hopefully. Then, I'll need to get the resin character models built and prepped - though the dark stone shaman figs are the top priority, as they feature as upcoming Ally and Enemy in the next SoB campaign mission. Still not quite sure how to store everything nerd-world problems eh?
Did have a cracking finale to our Imperial Assault campaign:

Built up to an impressive last stand...

Though the Dark Lord took out two of the heroes, they were ultimately able to force him to retreat, collapsing the building behind him... Perhaps they might meet him another day...
Not only was it an excellent end to the campaign, the boys are keen to try a new set of characters and start over. I think the plan is to play something a bit more complex, introducing the spy mechanics from Return to Hoth and infiltrator missions from Bespin Gambit (and a certain dude in a Super Sweet Space Cape), to make a full length, twisty, espionage-heavy campaign.
With younger primary going back from next week, I'll no longer be teaching little miss alongside my actual job, so that should alleviate some of the pressure. Feeling ok-ish, but still have mixed feelings about not being back anywhere near my classroom for at least another month.
Ah well, for the greater good :tau:

Graven

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 inmygravenimage wrote:


endtransmission wrote:Those additions all look great! Oh, hold off on the Mantic mine set

what ARE you up to?


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