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  • in reply to: Review Kingcome Come: Deliverance. #116363

    Thomaston
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    Bought the game on GOG for around ยฃ16, just finished installing. I guess you guys wouldn’t be seeing me for a while.

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    in reply to: My (not so) secrte Ma.K obsession #116355

    Thomaston
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    Go the GHQ route, put individual bolts and cables on the models ๐Ÿ˜€

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    in reply to: Review Kingcome Come: Deliverance. #116341

    Thomaston
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    You’ve pretty much sold me on this. It’ll be somethign I play while waiting for Bannerlords.

    Once you completed the main quest, does the credits roll or can you still play and do side quests and ride around like a hobo?

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    in reply to: RPG miniatrure sculpting WIP #116339

    Thomaston
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    Beastmen less weapons. I wanted these to tower over humans but I scaled it wrong.

    These guys are the most fearsom thing in my fantasy world, being same height as regular humans doesn’t feel right. It’s time like this I miss 3D printing.

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    in reply to: Blood. In. SPAAAACE! #116286

    Thomaston
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    That was a fun read, hope you post more of te campaign.

    I own a low of “Blood in” rules, really liked the one roll to hit and damage mechanic. But like you the files upon files were a pain, I also didn’t like thr TN. Still nice to see a game being played.

    TRIPPLE SIX!

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    in reply to: 3mm not-Warlord conversions for Epic 40k #116254

    Thomaston
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    “Mama Spankus”?
    I am Spanktacus

    Nice conversions, you should do similar conversions for all the titans.

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    in reply to: Village Tiles for Poltava 1709 #116217

    Thomaston
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    These look great. Being flexible got to be a plus when placing on un even terrain.

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    in reply to: Trees, Tree bases and rocks #116216

    Thomaston
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    Recoloringbthem made the trees much fuller and realistic in my opinion.
    Also like the mutabt 1984.

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    in reply to: My (not so) secrte Ma.K obsession #116208

    Thomaston
    Participant

    These are nice, looks accurate as well.

    @Thaddeus
    I want 3mm as well but I doubt the ankle and elbow joints will survive handling.

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    in reply to: Adepta Sororitas – Battle Sisters #116138

    Thomaston
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    These are great, love the gold and blond hair.

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    in reply to: RPG miniatrure sculpting WIP #116100

    Thomaston
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    @Mike do you want it? I don’t have a use for it in my game. Shuld make a small pet lizard in 15mm.

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    Thomaston
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    That was a hell of a lot of roller coaster rides. I thought they were in trouble from the beginning but then they were fine. Sucks about gunnar. this must have been quite a lot of game turns.

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    in reply to: Retro-future things #116076

    Thomaston
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    Cool stuff, I’m a fan on Ma.K.
    Is grey stuff rubbery like green stuff? Do they behave the same?

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    in reply to: Jagannath's 6mm Sci Fi – Another group! #116074

    Thomaston
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    Does the slicer create supports automatically, do you ahve control on how much support there are?

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    in reply to: RPG miniatrure sculpting WIP #116073

    Thomaston
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    Moving on to beasts.

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    Thomaston
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    That was unexpectedly easy! Was it because you didn’t show the rolls? Some moments felt like Legolas and Gimli.

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    in reply to: Wips #116002

    Thomaston
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    Very sharp and clean paint job.

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    in reply to: Jagannath's 6mm Sci Fi – Another group! #115921

    Thomaston
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    These are very clean. How long did it take to print these? I’m assuming the rest of the army will take the same time?
    If you’re anyhting like me I’ll bet you’ll have another version by next week.

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    in reply to: Miniature Wargames 435 #115916

    Thomaston
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    I think I’ll pick up this issue for the house and Conquest article.

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    in reply to: League of Legends #115915

    Thomaston
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    I agree. Uninstalled it last night, couldn’t stand the kids smack talking eachother.

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    in reply to: Thuseld's 6mm Journey #115866

    Thomaston
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    I like your use of everyday item, it’s inspiring. Also like how you mix mini range, for some reason I really like the non uniform look of the infantry.

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    in reply to: motte and bailey #115865

    Thomaston
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    I was working on a similar camp and the same day you post this huge thing. I wish I had the space you have.
    I like the multi-tier layout, looks very defensible.

    One suggestion though, maybe make the stairs go the other way, the defenders coming down the stairs should be able to swing their sword right-handed.

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    in reply to: 6mm Solo RPG #115863

    Thomaston
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    Thanks guys. I feel like you’re giving this too much credit, I guarantee you it’ll disapoint you in the future.
    This was actually the second play, the first time I totally forgotten teh rules and had to go do some reading, 4 farmers did defend their farm with only 2 getting wounded.

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    in reply to: Jagannath's 6mm Sci Fi – Another group! #115740

    Thomaston
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    I really like the colors, somehow they don’t look out of place at all. The bald troops are really nice, I like the muscled arms.

    Other simple pose you could experiment with is having one leg forward and one back (walking). There’s a lot you could do with just legs and torso rotation.

    I’m tempted to give you some stls to see how they print out.

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    in reply to: Dungeon Slayers #115649

    Thomaston
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    Those stagered tiles are my favorite alternative to hexes.

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    in reply to: I need a Dome #115648

    Thomaston
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    Old Christmas decoration could also work, noone will notice one going missing, they also come in a few sizes. Bargain shops should have them.

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    in reply to: RPG miniatrure sculpting WIP #115647

    Thomaston
    Participant

    Set piece terrain sounds like the perfect fit got Vietnam’s hearts and minds patrol games. There’s also a lot of interesting terrain feature in that corner of the world, with it’s sandy river banks and hill forest next to rice paddies.

    I ran out of primer and the base bottom, need to start collecting more. 4D models also stop setting colored ground olive stones ๐Ÿ™

    I was going to do another small village with this one but I this one house took a lot of time and I got lazy, I prefer this style to the other houses though. I’ll probably use it as some kind of laire, or an old hermit/healer lady’s house. Image I found online.

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    in reply to: Dice Wars #115406

    Thomaston
    Participant

    This is a very serious problem for a solo player like me. I don’t have to look around, but I do worry, sometimes!

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    in reply to: 3-D Printing Question #115397

    Thomaston
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    Scaling up should be fine, you just have to input the % ratio to match the size. The wave lines are print layers unless you use the spiffy light shiny method of 3D printing, models will always have line, but it wouldn’t scale with the model.

    Don’t know about the material, there are probably softer plastic out there but where ever you get your model printed you’ll have to know which material they offer meet your requirements. Harder plastic are usually better for fine detail.

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    in reply to: RPG miniatrure sculpting WIP #115394

    Thomaston
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    @DSG
    I realize my gaming style is more abstract/bland than usual gaming. I have no issue with hand-waving or narating movement speed. I’ll be using these as normal gaming board, on a very tiny scale. I got tired of remembering specific village layout so these diorama style will be the places my tiny people visit repeatedly. Having finished these two I already see character/connection in them that I’ve never did with the modular method. I have (too many) modular base for wilderness and randon encounters.

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    in reply to: Gaming idea – Greek #115391

    Thomaston
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    First I heard of Rapier miniatures. Did you convert the one with sword? Didn’t occur to me but Greek characters could be a lot more colorful than my usual pallet, another plus.

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    in reply to: Gaming idea – Greek #115351

    Thomaston
    Participant

    Thanks Mike. It’s givng me a lot more ideas than original.

    @rhoderic

    Yeah, I’m really looking for a drastic change of setting from the usual scifi and fantasy. One of the first ideas I had was visiting the isle of Lesbos and discovering it’s not what it sounds like, or maybe it is.

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    in reply to: RPG miniatrure sculpting WIP #115343

    Thomaston
    Participant

    No problem, I should have mad the images smaller anyway.

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    in reply to: RPG miniatrure sculpting WIP #115334

    Thomaston
    Participant

    I did them as stand alone locations rather than modular terrain. Wanted to have recogniable landmarks for my campaign but didn’t want to build the entire area. Thinking about it, I could expand the town by adding districts, unconnected but recognisable as part of the same town.

    Think the previous post got deleted because the image was too big.

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    Thomaston
    Participant

    Your party is going better than their first outing. Ice city, my first thought was Frost Grave. That final conversation in chapter 2 made me laugh.

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    in reply to: RPG miniatrure sculpting WIP #115266

    Thomaston
    Participant

    Made for 3mm, used for 6mm.

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    in reply to: 6mm Cold War Vehicle Photo Thread #115211

    Thomaston
    Participant

    I thought I commented already but apprarently not. M59, M75 aand BTR40 are some of my favorite vehicles.

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    in reply to: Video games for terrain and scenery #115210

    Thomaston
    Participant

    Stuff I’ve done and doing are heavily influenced/based on Black Desert Online, it has some nice lived in looking areas.
    Other games are Ghost Recon Wildlands, for the variety in terrain. I also like Drakendang The River of time for medieval buildings and town layout, I really like the main town (Nadoret) in that game.

    BDO Altinova
    http://cdn4.dualshockers.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/2016-03-31_280351445.jpg

     

    BDO Calpheon

    https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/blackdesert/images/8/86/Calpheon_city.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20180126145726

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    Thomaston
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    Very nice minis. I especially liked the Gnoll’s scale armor.
    This is one of my favorite rules. I was surprised you used successes to cancel failures so much considering the early turns you sliced through the orcs like butter and the cards you pulled later on were bad luck. A really nice game.

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    in reply to: Crom's Anvil – 15mm Fantasy #115134

    Thomaston
    Participant

    Really nice, those clothes are delicate. Noble lady looks like it should be see through.

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