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Offline Hammers

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Re: The Lead Painters' League
« Reply #45 on: May 17, 2009, 04:47:36 PM »
well, thank you for the warm welcome

so, some questions about the entries:

do they have to be "new", meaning unpublished before?
how do you count for vehicles? by size?
what if scenery belongs to the theme- eg an ammunition stack for a cannon an crew?
how about cavalry models? they sure take more time to paint

now some personal remarks:
I voted for round seven, and it seems that users rather comment only positevely
is negative criticism not allowed? or simply bad manners?
discussing the painting technique/style can be instructive, but also taken badly by contestorcould I have some instructions please, before I commit a faux pas?

I personally welcome any kind of criticism since I figure the kid that is non-constructive kind tends to fall back on the critic. Plus I keep a little black book with the words "To Maim or Otherwise Harm" on the cover.

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Re: The Lead Painters' League
« Reply #46 on: May 17, 2009, 05:22:43 PM »
I personally welcome any kind of criticism since I figure the kid that is non-constructive kind tends to fall back on the critic. Plus I keep a little black book with the words "To Maim or Otherwise Harm" on the cover.

Thats a bloody thick book then  :D

Just making sure I am in there if I wasnt already :)
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Re: The Lead Painters' League
« Reply #47 on: May 17, 2009, 09:36:48 PM »
I personally welcome any kind of criticism since I figure the kid that is non-constructive kind tends to fall back on the critic. Plus I keep a little black book with the words "To Maim or Otherwise Harm" on the cover.

Thats a bloody thick book then  :D

Just making sure I am in there if I wasnt already :)

I've got a special book all for you.

 

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