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  1. 6MMRPC - background check

    Slightly before joining the 6-Month Mountain Reduction and Painting Challenge – and deciding that from now on the 6MMRPC acronym will suffice – I took a good look at my Good Intentions Queue and determined to knock out a big chunk of it by 12/31/2014. How big a chunk? 221 pieces, projects or minis. What, what?!? 221 items by 12/31…sorry, that's 31/12/14 for those who drive on the 'wrong' side of the road … may not be a truly huge number or a short time span for the heavy-hitter army ...

    Updated 08-09-2014 at 06:10 AM by GreyHorde

  2. 6-Month Mountain Reduction and Painting Challenge - 6MMRPC

    I have been almost obsessively prepping minis for the past couple of weeks, mainly Sedition Wars and some Malifaux. Maybe learning to airbrush primer and main basecoat, and being given a new airbrush, changed my approach. By September 1, I felt it was time to challenge myself, really push to paint as many models as possible by the end of 2014.

    I mentioned it to Bloodthorn and he suggested I look into the 6-Month Mountain Reduction and Painting Challenge, as Chris' Miniature Woes ...
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  3. The Madness of Wamp – A Year In

    In roughly a week, I’ll have been a part of the Wamp community for a whole year, so I thought I’d take a break from my usual blog posts about Crowdfunding and wander around some analysis of my first year here.
    Firstly, I joined up because Sparks asked me to join the Portal team to write Crowdfunding articles, which started with issue 33 (that makes 4 articles and counting). I’ve written a few more articles than magazines (Issue 36 is actually 3 articles stuck together I believe) and they’ll ...
  4. Brambleten's Crowdfunding Chronicles Part III - What Happens When A Project Fails?

    What happens when a project fails?

    Thanks to a question from Spectral Dragon following my last article, I have a subject for my slightly belated next entry. I will in future articles go back to my plan of going through each part stage by stage, but for today, I’m looking at what happens when projects fail to reach their goal.

    So, you’ve spent months prepping and developing an idea, drumming up interest through social media and launched your project with a great ...
  5. Raising the Bar, One Notch at a Time

    Yesterday, I finished the Dark Sword amazon. The result is okay, not great; I suppose that means I may have raised my expectations a bit, however unintentionally. Or maybe the sculpt demanded more precision with larger 'cloth' and skin areas needing smooth blending, smaller details, greenstuff for the hair, etc. Either way, I spent a little too much time on it and started to get slightly tired of working on it, but at least it's finished and off my table.

    I also picked Carinth ...
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