Maybe it is stupid idea but what you say about poll / survey on topic "where are you from?" ? The survey in the form of bars. Just to illustrate the forum participants. I can't do it because they do not know how.
Post by Mike H "Chugosh" on Nov 27, 2013 10:16:22 GMT -9
Hi guys! I'm Mike. I am returning to this forum after a couple years away doing other stuff. I have been playing games, mostly RPGs for the past thirty two years. My main focus now is more in the wargames, though I have not really played any for a while. I am at the cusp of re-entering the hobby, as it were, by putting together a bunch of models from the Armor Grid: Mech Attack, and maybe a few bases of troops for the Kings of War rules from the many many piles of paper miniature files I have. It sure is fun to be a part of this forum with the guys who designed my favorite paper models. I love all this stuff even when I have hand cramps from cutting out complex outlined parts. My best model at the moment is Dave Graffam's patrol boat. I also like Waffle's stuff. Attached is a light patrol car with a machinegun mounted.
Hey y'all. I'm Brent. I'm originally from the Texas panhandle, but now I live west of Oklahoma City Oklahoma. I do drive a pickup and I do own guns. I drive Big Trucks for a living, play guitar and sing in a red dirt band. When I have time I like to GM RPGs. Western, Sci Fi and Fantasy believe it or not. I'm a Wild West aficionado and history buff though so the Western is my favorite genre. I've really slacked off on my figure creating. Honestly I've drawn a lot more figures than I ever built.
I've met some really interesting folks here and learned a lot.
Hi to everybody! I likes your paper miniatures! I want to start to master a D&D's party, so i want to play with your minis! I like too much the onemonk's minis... so i try to build new creatures. I download gimp's app. The next time... i want to show my new creatures, after to understands your tutorials!!! Thank you very much! marcobulga
Colonel, I spent a couple of hours on your site back in August, particularly interested in the WInterhawk Church enhancements you did. I'll be back to re-read and read further soon - it's an excellent site you've got there!
Post by ericpalooza on Dec 18, 2013 11:26:53 GMT -9
got back into d&d after a couple decade hiatus. I've been using alot of cardstock terrain, and don't feel like collecting and painting miniatures for another game, so using cardstock ones. I have bought several sets from various producers at RPG drivethru. Keep em coming.
Post by plaintextures on Jan 1, 2014 12:01:03 GMT -9
yes link is http:\\www.plaintextures.com, they are not all free but many of them are, see for your self. I just posted in other tread that you can use them for your models. We don't really mind using our textures for scrap booking or so. Only one thing we are strongly against and that is pure copy or resell of our textures.Let's hope we understand each other.
cowboyleland: Putting on my pedantic hat: some of you are mis-using the term "begs the question." Some day I will make myself a paper pedantic hat.
Nov 14, 2019 6:02:10 GMT -9
Vermin King: I wouldn't hold my breath. He used to be very active on a French forum, so I asked him if he was going to be back there. no response yet
Nov 13, 2019 9:04:45 GMT -9
squirmydad: Crap. I hope he's able to recover and republish his work.
Nov 13, 2019 8:57:48 GMT -9
Vermin King: I sent Mauther an email. My guess is that it will be inaccessible while he is migrating things over to Blogger
Nov 13, 2019 7:45:54 GMT -9
wyvern: Today though, the Papermau blog is no longer accessible unless you have an invitation (and of course you can't get one unless you visit the blog, Catch 22). Anyone got any better news about it?
Nov 13, 2019 6:22:34 GMT -9
wyvern: I know Papermau's blog has been having problems because of virus infections lately - it's fired-up my antivirus system every time I've visited there for some weeks, though he did write and say the problem was resolved a while back (it wasn't).
Nov 13, 2019 6:21:08 GMT -9
Vermin King: I suppose it could have been worse. She could boost someone up in a positive uplifting supportive manner...
Nov 9, 2019 10:25:44 GMT -9
Vermin King: Okay ... double negatives are bad, but how about triple saying the same thing. I just heard someone on TV saying, 'I found we really boosted each other up in an uplifting supportive manner'. And that was probably meaningful to her. duh
Nov 9, 2019 10:11:48 GMT -9
Vermin King: Be careful what secrets you let out of the bag
Nov 5, 2019 12:33:45 GMT -9
oldschooldm: ... SO ... One of my players now has a cutter and has joined the forum. :-) For the first time I have to worry about WIP spoilers. :-) Just kidding! Welcome h0meralm1ghty!
Nov 5, 2019 7:40:19 GMT -9
woosh: I FINISHED THE M722 LRV AND I LOVE IT. will post pics when i get the chance
Nov 4, 2019 1:10:23 GMT -9
Vermin King: Back in my younger days, I tried to get 'Trick or Drink' running. We would go door to door in costume with our Halloween-themed rocks glasses in hand.
Nov 3, 2019 4:39:43 GMT -9
shep: On the other hand, Halloween is not that big for kids, here in Germany, anyways. It's more an excuse for teens and young adults to dress up and have a party... and for the latter ones to get drunk beyond speaking their native tongue...
Nov 3, 2019 1:44:29 GMT -9
shep: "A ninja, a mage, a knight, and a fish enter a tavern..." Wait this is no joke??!? Great costumes! The kids in my neighborhood were, as always, either too shy or too lazy to climb up into the third floor (40 steps, man, 40 steps!)...
Nov 3, 2019 1:42:29 GMT -9
forgedchaos: or to traslate
Nov 2, 2019 13:14:13 GMT -9
squirmydad: Every adventuring party needs a fish to guide them.
Nov 1, 2019 8:14:51 GMT -9
WackyAnne: This year's adventuring party - no sexy witch but fish!
Nov 1, 2019 1:07:18 GMT -9