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#647
D&D minis? 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Not Yet... Actually Need to Get offline Soon... But I Will Check it out Later... Thanks...
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#648
D&D minis? 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Hey Thor,


I too use alot of D&D minis. Id be willing to trade some things if you have anything I need & vice versa.
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#649
D&D minis? 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Sure War Duke,

I'm on Maxminis (As THOR). This is a trading site.

What are you looking for? ;)
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#650
D&D minis? 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
I have quite a bit, but can always use more. I still need a few more Human Crossbowmen to fill the walkways of my castle walls ( I only have 5 right now.

I would also like to get my hands on.....

1 Red Dragon
1 Purple Dragon Knight
1 Human Blackguard

More Ogres of course :)

Let me know if there is anything you are looking for. I went to that website, but for the life of me couldn't figure out how to see your Have want List.
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#651
D&D minis? 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Find any Thor posts and it should show it when you click Have/Wants.

or go to the Trades area. Maxminis is THE spot to trade stuff. ;)
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#652
D&D minis? 10 Years, 3 Months ago  
Speaking of Which Thor What Ever Happened to You Making an Offer for your whole Lot...
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#653
D&D minis? 9 Years, 10 Months ago  
Hi everyone,

Just got registered on the forum a couple of days ago after buying my very first DF set - the Cavern!

I have a fairly large collection of GW figures and have recently started collecting the D&D Miniatures after getting hooked on the Star Wars minis. My goal is to use the D&D figures with the DF dungeon pieces, and after reading a post earlier about repainting the bases I did just that - brought out the paint jars, mixed up a passable gray and repainted the black plastic of a few commons (yeah, right, re-sale value and all that stuff...).

You should really try it - flat gray bases look so much better! The minis just pop out of the terrain! As soon as I've found the perfect paint match I'm going to paint the bases of the rest of the minis. Why not? I started with the DF stuff for its looks - why should I mar my new fabulous toys with unsightly plastic bases!

PS. Anyone else from Sweden around here?
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#654
D&D minis? 9 Years, 10 Months ago  
Willypold,

Not From Sweden Sorry... Hey But If You Have Some/ or Take Some Pics of the Newly Painted Bases in the DF Environment We'd Love to See 'em!
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#655
D&D minis? 9 Years, 10 Months ago  
I'll take a few pictures of them tomorrow in daylight, and then you'll also see what I've done with the wooden stuff I brought home from the hobby store today. I have both the Wicked Additions and the Cavernous Passages sets on order, but I'm experiencing some really bad addictive symptoms - just _had_ to have some more stuff to play around with...

2 mm thick plywood painted various shades of green will make excellent water sections for the cavern. I also built a wooden bridge for the water and a set of columns out of dowel and thin wood. Right now the water isn't that waterlike, but it will get a coating of Woodland Scenics "water" next week. (Good stuff - some sort of plastic granules that you heat up and pour onto your water features.)
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#656
D&D minis? 9 Years, 10 Months ago  
Willypold,

Yes I've Seen some Nice Resins, Glues etc... for Water... Most Recently the Buzz on the Forum has Been about Using Transparencies and your Printer to Print Water Effects... These Look Pretty Good... But I am Sure a Bit of Modeling and the "Right" Materials will Produce some Nice effects... The Other advantage I See to your Plan is that with a bit of Modeling Plaster or What ever you can Build up the Edges of your "Lake" to the Level of your Cavern Floors for a more "Natural" Look... I'm Also Thinking with some of those Clear Water Materials You Can get them to Build Up on eachother/ and Pour so that you Could even do some Waterfalls or Similar from one Level of DF Cavern to the Next...?
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#657
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Sure, using transparencies is a very quick and simple method, but you miss some of the 3-dimensional qualities and effects that you can get with the plastic. You can embed all sorts of stuff - rocks, weeds, bits of unfortunate adventurers, etc - in the water.

Modeling edges on the water sections is of course the next natural step. I just found an unopened package of Citadel's greenstuff in my tools box when I went looking for my tank brush... :D
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#658
D&D minis? 9 Years, 10 Months ago  
I Like the Simplicity of the Transparency Solution to be Honest... But for someone with the Time and Resolve (Not to Mention Talent and Creativity), to Make Actual Props By All means We Love The Oooos... And the Ahhhhs... That Come with Seeing Great Looking Scenary!
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