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Do you play tabletop wargames?
No, of course not. Tabletop wargamers are so nerdy they make PC fanboys look cool and studly. 35%  35%  [ 25 ]
Yes. I love my little painted figures. I give them all names and stroke them every night. I live for weapons damage charts. 5%  5%  [ 4 ]
I used to, but discovered girls. 53%  53%  [ 38 ]
What are you talking about? 5%  5%  [ 4 ]
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 Post subject: Re: Tabletop wargaming - nerdlinging to the max...
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In my head I’m going to get everything painted then I can justify buying Blackstone Fortress.

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Objectives done, added a spot of gloss varnish to the jewels.


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That cup though. My eyes...


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For ur purr (ity seals)

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Goddamn racist Blood Angels and their blackface minstreling.

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Right, back to these bastards now.


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Calling this guy done cos I'm utterly fed up of looking at him. Acastus Knight Porphyrion D1BNA.


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And of course I immediately noticed three cables I haven't painted. Grr. You'd think that after 3-4 years I'd've got them all by now.

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And of course I immediately noticed...

This is the way of things.

Nice to see Craster has a job in the Grimdark future.

Good job, Dimrill. As you have declared it 'done' you are now free to order more.

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twenny foive cm. or 10 inch, whichever you prefer.

I have already got more in the post as I am a disgusting resin whore.

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Contrast paint stage and most base metallic done on the Genepitneys.


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Two dvd cabinets have been claimed and repurposed for miniatures!


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They're hovering.

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They’re chaotic good.

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Finished this P51 yesterday:

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First go with the airbrush so made a few mistakes along the way. More pics here:

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Lovely engine smut.

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Yeah, top job there mate.

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Still love this thread. I don’t check it often (about once a month) and I don’t have a clue what is going on, but it always makes me smile.

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Mimi wrote:
Still love this thread. I don’t check it often (about once a month) and I don’t have a clue what is going on, but it always makes me smile.

Agreed :D

This also how the Animal Crossing thread makes me feel.


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Hello! long time no post. Long time nerd observers may recall said I was going have a go at making a drystone wall from scratch. Well, that then escalated a bit:

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There are a few little details to finish off, but that’s basically it.

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That is gorgeous. I always wished I had cool scenery back in my White Dwarf days. And yours looks nicer than I remember theirs being.

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It looks ace, but I don't like the uniform trees.


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Yeah definitely look at some pictures and get them a bit messier, other than that amazing work!


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Top work, Kissyfur!

What did you use for building up the terrain?

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Thanks chaps!

The tree on the hill was made from scratch – wire armature, greenstuff, wire wool, flock etc.

The two similar coloured ones were “stock” trees that I put a bit of wire wool and flock on because they were utterly shit things that came in a bag of 50 from China. The firs are what they are – they are ridiculously uniform but not really sure what I can do with them. If they’re good enough for the model railway sorts…. however I think you normally see them used in large numbers together.

The terrain base is foamex (sort of a cross between extruded polystyrene and plastic - really sturdy but easy to cut), and then the hills and hummocks are extruded polystyrene carved into shapes with some polyfilla to smooth the contours.

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That handmade tree is very nice. Make some fir trees ;)


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Lookit ickle tyres! It's almost as if it understands...

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This was in my YouTube feed as well. Along with some Japanese fellow that had built himself a sort of jet powered hang glider in the shape of a seagull.


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Shock absorbers need work. Excellent approach and departure angles, though.

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