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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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I just want to say I also love Dimrill.

So much.

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Does anyone want a reasonably priced Adeptus Titanicus box? I opened mine at the weekend, took one look at the sprues and noped out (some of the army painters at GW struggled with it, it's a really hard kit.) No point in leaving it on a shelf. I'll sell it on for £120 posted to the UK.

Also - omg Dimrill! Have you heard the new Origin stuff?

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Lonewolves used to be Myp. But isn't anymore. He's in the witness protection scheme because he saw Noel Edmonds murdering a rival TV presenter. Oops. Probably shouldn't have said that.


Doesn't ring a bell.

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I sent this to Zargonk a few days ago, but might be of interest to others.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/wo ... se-miniatu

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Workhouse Games (creators of The Awful Orphanage and The Hollow Earth) present the first Chapter & Verse boxed set of premium resin miniatures based on H.P. Lovecraft's Dreams in the Witch House. This collection of 8 high quality resin miniatures have been designed for RPG gamers, collectors and painters alike and offer a unique and highly detailed take on classic characters from famous literary works.

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I sent this to Zargonk a few days ago, but might be of interest to others.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/wo ... se-miniatu

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Workhouse Games (creators of The Awful Orphanage and The Hollow Earth) present the first Chapter & Verse boxed set of premium resin miniatures based on H.P. Lovecraft's Dreams in the Witch House. This collection of 8 high quality resin miniatures have been designed for RPG gamers, collectors and painters alike and offer a unique and highly detailed take on classic characters from famous literary works.

You also sent me links to those beautiful Minotaurs too :'(

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You also sent me links to those beautiful Minotaurs too :'(


I did. I also finished one the other day. This'll have to do as a quick snap with the iPad.


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Aw yeah! Look at the goz too! Nicely done mate.

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Did you buy a few of them? The whole range looks great, really like the sleeping one. #BulkyBulls

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I got the Zerker(painted), Zombie, Brute, Axe, Halberd, and General. I would like the Siege and Shaman too, but that'll have to wait until next month if they're still available. (http://zealotminiatures.com/zealot-shop/ for Not We)

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God... that Cupboard Mimic too...

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God... that Cupboard Mimic too...



Yeah, he's gorg. They have an upcoming fireplace mimic that's just as nice too. Can't find the feckin email with the photo of it though.

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Stunning work, Dim. Is the spit part of the model?


Ta. Nah, it's a mixture of melted acrylic plastic, UHU, and Vallejo water effects. Plackky long strands teased from a flying rod, globs of Water Effects on the end, and then UHU to make the strings between the teeth.

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Needed some more wash to finish off the rest of my Kill Team ruins (man there's a lot to paint used a full tub of this on it already) and picked up some skelingtons to have some bones and bits on my Blood Thirster base. 20% off so 'only' £8 for both.


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You also sent me links to those beautiful Minotaurs too :'(


I did. I also finished one the other day. This'll have to do as a quick snap with the iPad.


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'k, had my light box out and took a few better ones.


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Needed some more wash to finish off the rest of my Kill Team ruins (man there's a lot to paint used a full tub of this on it already) and picked up some skelingtons to have some bones and bits on my Blood Thirster base. 20% off so 'only' £8 for both.


How big's the shame pile now?

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Dimrill wrote:
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Needed some more wash to finish off the rest of my Kill Team ruins (man there's a lot to paint used a full tub of this on it already) and picked up some skelingtons to have some bones and bits on my Blood Thirster base. 20% off so 'only' £8 for both.

How big's the shame pile now?

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How big's the shame pile now?

I'm doing really well in painting/building more than I'm buying!

I posted my shame a few pages back I think... since then I've only bought Lord Filthy and his Grubby Gang and the Containers and crates that I've already painted *smug glow*

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I love how enthusiastic and knowledgeable the Bard is about the artwork.

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Forbidden Planet have the covers up for issues 38-46 of Conquest: https://www.fauxhammer.com/news/warhamm ... confirmed/

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You say that, but you have poly cement all around your mouth.

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Here's some of my mates plagueys. He's a much better painter than me but I smashed him this game ;)


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Good job. Lovely basing.

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Yeah, nicely done.

I've done very little lately, just black base edging on my Skitarii, tiny bit more on my Tech -Priest Dominus and redid the wings on my Blood Thrister (look too flat so took them of and gave them a slight 'fold' and reposition).

Ordered more epoxy resin as the stuff I had has gorn orf.

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Last night Elvira decided to take a head first dive off my shelf. She landed on my 90% completed Belisarius Cawl and sent bits of him flying all over the room. £30 down the drain :(

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Ordered more epoxy resin as the stuff I had has gorn orf.


Clear Gorilla Glue is awesome. My go-to glue now even more than super.

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Last night Elvira decided to take a head first dive off my shelf. She landed on my 90% completed Belisarius Cawl and sent bits of him flying all over the room. £30 down the drain :(

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Last night Elvira decided to take a head first dive off my shelf. She landed on my 90% completed Belisarius Cawl and sent bits of him flying all over the room. £30 down the drain :(

Not salvageable?


Naw. He's incredibly spindly with loads of fragile mechandites and keys and sitch. Even if I could find all of the bits I'd have next to no chance of getting them back together.

Lookit: https://www.games-workshop.com/en-GB/Ad ... -Cawl-2017

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Ordered more epoxy resin as the stuff I had has gorn orf.


Clear Gorilla Glue is awesome. My go-to glue now even more than super.

Ta, is it really strong? The Blood Thirster wings are pretty heavy and only join the body at one point. I have drilled it to be pinned this time though.

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Last night Elvira decided to take a head first dive off my shelf. She landed on my 90% completed Belisarius Cawl and sent bits of him flying all over the room. £30 down the drain :(

Not salvageable?


Naw. He's incredibly spindly with loads of fragile mechandites and keys and sitch. Even if I could find all of the bits I'd have next to no chance of getting them back together.

Lookit: https://www.games-workshop.com/en-GB/Ad ... -Cawl-2017

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Very sorry to hear about Belisarius Cawl :(

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Ordered more epoxy resin as the stuff I had has gorn orf.


Clear Gorilla Glue is awesome. My go-to glue now even more than super.

Ta, is it really strong? The Blood Thirster wings are pretty heavy and only join the body at one point. I have drilled it to be pinned this time though.



Yep. I'm putting my Warlord together with it. Get the Clear though. The normal orangey one expands as it dries, the clear dunt.

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Yoswer. I see your point. Can you use the bits elsewhere?


I'll have to. Maybe have a few of my rotters stamping on bits of him.

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Naw. She's a... urgh... Funko Pop. Sturdy.

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Naw. She's a... urgh... Funko Pop. Sturdy.

Some might say you got what you deserved in this case, then :p


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Even I, as a Doctor Who figure collector, look down on Funko Poppers.

And yet, somehow...
https://www.funko.com/products/all/fandoms/doctor-who


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Mr Dave wrote:
Mr Chonks wrote:
Even I, as a Doctor Who figure collector, look down on Funko Poppers.

And yet, somehow...
https://www.funko.com/products/all/fandoms/doctor-who

I don’t like them.

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Funkos are just so generic. If they're not in the box you can't tell who they're supposed to be. (ETA unless they're a costumed superhero, obv)


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I've made a few exceptions to my NO! rule. I've got the Twin Peaks ones, Elvira and Lemmy.

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Made more progress of the Genestealer Cultists, really like these models, loads of character. Base coats mostly done now, weapon barrels pin-viced (evidence to the right on the family photo).


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