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  • in reply to: Poop #145163
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Youre in trouble now!  Dont look at the Coppelstone 10mm Fantasy figures.  Trust me.

    That being said, I think a lot of the 10mm Pendraken scenery stuff works for 15mm, especially the chairs and crates in their dungeon line.

     

    Good luck!

    in reply to: Innsmouth 15mm / Cthulhu #145128
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Some more buildings for some Egyptian Cthulhu

     

    in reply to: How do you control yourself? #144637
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Give it time.  I find that if I wait 6 months to buy something the moment sometimes passes, especially unrelated projects.

    in reply to: Innsmouth 15mm / Cthulhu #144433
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    The finished Farm Board:

    Modular so I can use it for Fantasy stuff as well

    in reply to: Crom’s Anvil – 15mm Fantasy #144085
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Oooooo, I like those trade stalls.  When would I be able to order some?

    in reply to: Innsmouth 15mm / Cthulhu #144033
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    in reply to: Innsmouth 15mm / Cthulhu #144015
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    A new barn I built for some Dunwich Horror ideas:

     

    in reply to: Daft dad – daughters present ideas needed #142640
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    I did two things that were easy and also pretty flat.  Plastic weapon sprues are great for broken weapons in the corner of the tile.  I also glued some grass tufts between the cracks as well.  I also tried adding mud by mixing sand, glue, and dark brown paint on some of the tiles.  A quick dry brush makes it look like collapsed walls.  It really breaks up all the grey.

    in reply to: Innsmouth 15mm / Cthulhu #140602
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Splurged and bought myself a Design Preservation building on sale at a local shop.  Works as the National Grocery or local shops.  Hard to make a kit look weathered.



    OldBen1OldBen1
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    How did I miss this?  Great work!

    in reply to: Jungle Scatter – How To #140356
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    6 feet away of course!

    in reply to: Jungle Scatter – How To #140355
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Ooo this looks good (pulls up a lawn chair).

    in reply to: Arrrgrghhh!! #140354
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    I love Gzg miniatures but the picture thing makes me mental.  Pendraken was like that too.  Sometimes you can find painted images in Google images.

    in reply to: Crom’s Anvil – 15mm Fantasy #140277
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    I love your jungle terrain.  You used to sell it on your site right?

    in reply to: Post Apoc Films – NO ZEDS #140276
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Terminator

    johnny Pneumonia

    Death Race

    Planet of the Apes

    Cyborg

    Hardware

    12 Monkeys

    Brazil

    in reply to: Toy Cars #140275
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    I guess I’m not as picky.  I like 15mm miniatures with matchbox cars.  I have tons from 1920s  to futuristic and I think they go well together.  I usually try to spray them with a Matt varnish to cut down on the sheen.  North star is selling some cool post apocalyptic accessories.  I have also noticed that there are quite a few new matchbox cars that are coming out that have a post apocalyptic flare, lots of exhausts and guns.  A lot of them are at the local supermarket!  A quick and dirty paint jobs and you’re done.

    in reply to: Dead or alive you’re coming with me. #138038
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    in reply to: Spaceport modular tiles #136867
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Plasticard sheets embossed with a pattern.  I use them for my rpg tiles.

    in reply to: Thomaston's random project #136863
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Ooooo, where is this going?

    in reply to: Spaceport modular tiles #136862
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    in reply to: Painted super hero Beast #136809
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    I have all 28 issues, plus the Byrne issues in x men as well.  Great storylines and weird characters.  I really enjoy you heavy black lining.  It suits the comic medium well.

    in reply to: Is it just me? #136808
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Pulp Figures and Coppelstone for me are the gold standard.  Many of them are strange and wonderfully sculpted.  Gzg is often chunky too.  I often find the realistic thin sculpts look a little light,

    OldBen1OldBen1
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    That’s really cool!  I wouldn’t want to be a ref in that game!

    in reply to: Painted super hero Beast #136796
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Wonderful work! I especially like the Alpha Flight minis.  They were my favourite comic growing up!

    in reply to: Is it just me? #136795
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    I guess sculpting is subjective.  I thought she just looked petite!

    OldBen1OldBen1
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    That’s really cool.  My wife teases me mercilessly about raiding the boys lego!

    OldBen1OldBen1
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    I wanted to order some of these guys for some Serenity games, but I already ordered some Gzg space cowboys.

    I like this sculpter  I bought some Starport Scum lately.

    in reply to: Mos Eisley in 15mm #135445
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Thanks so much!

    Boba Fett is from Highlander Miniatures.

    Stormtroopers are from Rebel Miniatures.

    The rest are a mixture of Khurasan, Ion Age, and GZG.

    in reply to: 10mm Dungeon Crawl #135375
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Looks good, I played 4 against darkness a lot with miniatures sitting on my desk at the same time.  I like it so much I wrote my own 4 against Darkness alien supplement .  Looks great!

    in reply to: Crom’s Anvil – 15mm Fantasy #135121
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    That’s really sweet.  You are very industrious.  You better be careful though, I’ve noticed other people looking at your workbench now too!

    in reply to: Why so serious? #135092
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    No problem!

    The scene is part of my Innsmouth build.

    in reply to: Why so serious? #135076
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Joker is a 15mm gangster from Khurasan, painted by my friend The Painting Agency.

    Batman is a 20mm kid miniature called Bat Kiernan from Hasslefree.

    Since Batman should be larger he fits nicely.

    in reply to: Chrome•Hammer: //Grid Lock #135075
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    It reminds me of Tron with the vector graphics.  Great work.

    in reply to: Why so serious? #134953
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Batman is from Hasslefree and the joker is from khurasan.

    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Those Rebel Minis are really hard to paint.  You did a fantastic job!

    in reply to: The Department, Nightclub Mission #134844
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Not enough cover you say, that’s what bystanders are for!

    in reply to: The Department, Nightclub Mission #134788
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    That’s probably why I add a lot of action to my games.  If you watch the source material, there is really very little action.  Apparently Blade Runner flopped at the box office because it was pushed as a Harrison Ford action vehicle.  Audiences were put off by the slow detective story.  The nightclub you’ve built is fantastic! Can you move the furniture around inside?  A cool Terminator battle between Arni and Kyle Reece would be fun to play!

    in reply to: Big Stompy Robots #134748
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    I like the ‘lived in’ look too!

    in reply to: The Department, Nightclub Mission #134747
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    I agree, this is lovely!  I really enjoy the bright colours and the interiors.  Keep them coming!

    in reply to: Chrome•Hammer: //Virus Upload #134490
    OldBen1OldBen1
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    Great stuff!  The mat you use is from the Lazy Forager right?  Did you buy the file or assemble the pictures together yourself.

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