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    Old Timer doubletapdaddy's Avatar
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    Remember this little guy?

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    Got him painted last night...

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    Definitely not the most exciting character, but I thought a before and after might be neat.
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    Found another new Nerd Project tonight. Renovating a 30 y/o doll house. At one time it had functional electric lights, as well as a pond in the front.

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    We may turn it into a spooky haunted house.
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    No wonder your jeep is not getting done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    Remember this little guy?

    Got him painted last night...

    Definitely not the most exciting character, but I thought a before and after might be neat.
    Nicely done! Are you just using acrylics?

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    Donít take this the wrong way... but this thread made me think of this... lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drhcobra View Post
    No wonder your jeep is not getting done!
    Truth. Lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Nicely done! Are you just using acrylics?
    Yep, hobby acrylics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Donít take this the wrong way... but this thread made me think of this... lol.

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    Damn, I've got to start closing my shades at night. Lol. No magnifying glass though. If you need a magnifying glass to paint it, then you need a magnifying glass to see it. We just pretty much paint for tabletop presentation. Makes it a little more fun than having all the characters the same color. We've been trying to catch up... the game for which we've been painting the figures has 249 of them. Honestly, it's really good family time. Friday nights are usually reserved for pizza and painting. Saturday night is family game night.

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    Happy New Poster Day (HNPD)

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    This one went in my daughter's room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post

    This one went in my daughter's room.

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    I have to say, I'm really looking forward to this movie. Looks pretty badass.

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    What kind of geek would I be if I didn't talk about our gaming table? We like to do a lot of gaming. We found ourselves playing extensively and not wanting to break down the games... but still wanting to eat dinner. LOL.

    After doing lots of research on gaming tables, we finally settled on a custom-built table and cabinet from Uniquely-Geek. As they do not do chairs, I had the chairs built by an Amish community on the east coast and then shipped to Uniquely-Geek in AZ to match the finish. QSWO finished with Danish oil and lacquer. The slats lift off (the 2nd picture shows the storage solution for the slats) to expose the Game Vault in which game pieces and figures can be stored in place until the next game session. You may notice a groove along all four sides of the table. It is a rail system, allowing for various attachments such as cup holders, table extensions, tablet holders Etc. Put the slats back in and voilŗ, time for dinner.

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