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Re: Miniatures

Postby southwestforests on Thu 22 Mar 2018 19:55

Success is good! 8-)
Cralis wrote: I remember waaay back that it was too easy to get too much primer and have problems.
Still is. But I can't reveal how I know that.
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Re: Miniatures

Postby coldsteel on Fri 23 Mar 2018 09:36

Cralis wrote:Everlasting wet pallette? *looks it up* I wonder how well it works? And I wonder how often you would have to change out the foam part?


Supposedly, since it'd mold-resistant, there's no need to swap it out. I did get extras just in case though. I use a jury-rigged Tupperware container that works for a couple-3 days; then you have to swap out the paper towels and wax paper.
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RPSA: 2 CV, 4 CA, 2 CL, 8 DD
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Re: Miniatures

Postby nukesnipe on Fri 23 Mar 2018 19:41

Bwhahahahahaha!!!!

In San Antonio for the State Science Fair. Volunteered today. Wife's judging tomorrow. I don't judge. Have the whole day and perhaps most of the evening to myself. Brought my painting gear and my entire TFN fleet that has yet to be painted.....
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Re: Miniatures

Postby southwestforests on Sat 24 Mar 2018 02:42

Ask wife to let us know if anyone has done a project on reactionless drives or force beams.
Here's to successful painting 8-)
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Re: Miniatures

Postby nukesnipe on Sun 25 Mar 2018 19:25

No drive projects, but some of those kids are scary smart. My son placed 3rd in Energy and Transportation at state in 2012.

Finished (mostly) the stripes on my ESs, CTs, FFs and DDs; I consider that a good day's work. Took tomorrow off, so hopefully and can get some more accomplished.

Beginning to feel ever so slightly guilty about all the unpainted miniatures.... :oops:
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Re: Miniatures

Postby coldsteel on Mon 26 Mar 2018 13:28

nukesnipe wrote:Beginning to feel ever so slightly guilty about all the unpainted miniatures.... :oops:



Don't get me started on my backlog.....
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