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Wargaming / Re: What's on your table right now?
« Last post by Crossroads on Today at 01:22:57 AM »
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: Past Builds Jadgpanther Dragon 2003
« Last post by JudgeDredd on Yesterday at 11:04:21 PM »
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: Past Builds Honey I think Academy 2003
« Last post by JudgeDredd on Yesterday at 10:58:46 PM »

WOW!!  :notworthy:

You definitely need to get back into it. All that plastic is begging for some attention  :knuppel2:
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: My Stash
« Last post by JudgeDredd on Yesterday at 10:55:25 PM »
Take my challenge Tuna - make one. Go on. Forget the painting - get one made. You can always paint after like I did with the Sherman - if you really feel the need to paint. Make one and remember how therapeutic it is  O0
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Role-Playing & Adventure Gaming / Re: RPG Sales & Discounts
« Last post by Nefaro on Yesterday at 09:07:05 PM »
Drive Thru RPG has a bunch of Halloween / horror theme bundles

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/featured.php?promotion_id=ScaryStuff2017



Been waiting for a DTRPG sale to pick up Oubliette 2e.

 :bd:
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: Past Builds Honey I think Academy 2003
« Last post by acctingman on Yesterday at 07:13:47 PM »
Nice job weathering that Honey!
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: My Stash
« Last post by acctingman on Yesterday at 07:12:16 PM »
Have fun with those builds Tuna and keep us posted on your builds!  O0
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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: Past Builds Jadgpanther Dragon 2003
« Last post by acctingman on Yesterday at 07:10:36 PM »
Damn Tuna

Nice job. I need to step up my game!!!
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Modelling and Miniatures / Past Builds Jadgpanther Dragon 2003
« Last post by Tuna on Yesterday at 05:50:05 PM »
This is one of the older Dragon kits (they started coming out with some really nice stuff around the time I stopped). The zimmerit is a resin type, I forget the manufacturer. It was a real pain to get it on, think it needed an epoxy mix. Aber Photo Etch was used as well (lots of stuff in the aber sets, didn't use a ton of it).











Base coat on. I remember having a real hard time with painting on this one, I was getting a micro bubbling or something. After a few more coats I was able to get over it. Of course weathering process helped hide a lot of the ugliness.



Finished model, track links were individual and a PIA to clean, not fun like the Academy Honey ones











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Modelling and Miniatures / Re: Has anyone printed their own decals?
« Last post by bbmike on Yesterday at 05:40:45 PM »
I am try to create a few F-16 Thunderbird decals in 1/72 scale for a cheap die-cast model I picked up. Basically just some of the big markings on the underside of the model wings and fuselage.

I have Paint Shop Pro which is a decent art program and an HP Envy 4520 which is an OK printer but I admit not top of the line. I was hoping to print in "photo quality" mode would do the trick.

I have downloaded some templates so I don't need to actually draw any of the artwork. I just need to color it correctly and scale it.

I still use Paint Shop Pro 7. It is the bomb!  O0
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