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Author Topic: Argonor's Generic Fantasy Stuff (Currently Sellswords and Spellslingers)  (Read 8222 times)

Offline beefcake

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Excellent. I have a railroad pretty close. In fact my morning rub is parallel with one and early enough to not feel stupid collecting rocks.

Offline Argonor

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Excellent. I have a railroad pretty close. In fact my morning rub is parallel with one and early enough to not feel stupid collecting rocks.

Just be sure to pick the clean ones - the black oily dirt is nasty  ;)
Ask at the LAF, and answer shall thy be given!


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Offline beefcake

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Hmmm pretty dark in the morning when I go out so I'll do a few trips.
Nice AAR by the way. I do enjoy reading them.

Offline Ethelred the Almost Ready

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Excellent. I have a railroad pretty close. In fact my morning rub is parallel with one and early enough to not feel stupid collecting rocks.

Life must be more exciting in your part of the world.  I have a morning run, but a morning rub may be more fun lol lol

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Hmmm pretty dark in the morning when I go out so I'll do a few trips.
Nice AAR by the way. I do enjoy reading them.

Thanks, I like to make those records of past games - helps me memorize rules, and can be looked up for character history.

Offline Argonor

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I finally managed to finish Sigga, my daughter Lea's in-game alter ego



Couple more pics on my blog.

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I have been following your SS&SS project with interest, your painting is very well done, and the breakdown of the turns in the battle reports on your blog are helping me to understand the rules before taking the plunge.

Which cards do you use for your games? And does anyone know of anywhere that sells the book in print?

Offline Little Odo

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Superb painting on a great figure. I especially like the way you have got the leather to work so well and the face is great too - is that natural light shading on her face or did you paint the shading? If painted that is fantastic brushmanship.

Offline blacksoilbill

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Great work on Sigga! It's a very nice miniature, and you've done a great job on it!

Offline Argonor

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I have been following your SS&SS project with interest, your painting is very well done, and the breakdown of the turns in the battle reports on your blog are helping me to understand the rules before taking the plunge.

Which cards do you use for your games? And does anyone know of anywhere that sells the book in print?

Thanks!
The pdf version of the rules comes with printable cards - I just printed, laminated, and cut out the deck. There's a printed card set available, too. Ganesha Games sell both the printed and pdf versions.

Superb painting on a great figure. I especially like the way you have got the leather to work so well and the face is great too - is that natural light shading on her face or did you paint the shading? If painted that is fantastic brushmanship.

Thank you, the shade is natural, the cowl is rather deep and created the effect under my photo station lights.
The leather is Foundry Rawhide, btw.

Great work on Sigga! It's a very nice miniature, and you've done a great job on it!

Thanks - it took me long enough. Well I did not paint on it all the time, as I have been busy trying to get some space cleared on my prepping station, so much of my hobby time the last month was spent cleaning and basing/rebasing minis instead.


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Life must be more exciting in your part of the world.  I have a morning run, but a morning rub may be more fun lol lol
I really like trains.

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Fiddling around with yet another SS&SS warband...


 

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