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  1. 11 points
    Got my first Dog Might purchase in this week, a gorgeous bubinga and wenge sentinel! It's absolutely everything I hoped it would be, plus it fits 100% perfectly in the Kingdom Death: Monster box. Thank you so much Dog Might team, and special thanks to Zoe and Rosie for taking extra care to make sure it turned out exactly how I wanted! :D (It's a little redder in person than it is in the photos!)
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  3. 10 points
    Guys....I have to say....Dog Might Games are truly the best. I mean, their products are one thing, but the PEOPLE that work there are what really set them apart to me. I think these are some of the best guys and gals in the world that I've never met. Here's the story....Awhile back I contacted another friend that I have never met, Richard Breese (designer of many incredible euro games) . Richard's games ooze charm and whimsicalness (not sure that was a word but it didn't tell me it was wrong so I think I'm good). Underneath the charm, are some of the most clever, tightly woven mechanics in game design. For those who don't know Richard is credited with creating the first worker placement game. Not only that, he is an active member in the BGG community and just is one of the coolest all around guys I've ever had the pleasure to converse with. Awhile back, he even contacted me to tell me that he was mentioning MY name on his newest game box with a link to my review of Keyflower. Keyflower is my favorite game of all time, by far. I literally think its an almost perfect design. I have played the game now 1500 times. Crazy right.... Well, back to the story...I contacted Richard to ask if I could have DMG make me a box for Keyflower. It should be stated up front that I specifically told Richard this was a one time box unless he ever wanted to contact DMG about pursuing other ideas in the future. He was more than glad to oblige, probably because I am such a big fan and I've been active in the forums, especially with my review. Dog Might worked hard on the box, especially Shane. I want to say THANK YOU SHANE. You are a master my friend and I don't say that lightly. You may think when I look at the box that I don't notice all of the work you put into that box, but I DO!!! Believe me, I do! I understand that the measurements involved in making such a treasured piece work so perfectly were probably a pain sometimes and you really did a perfect job on this. I want you to know that I notice all of the little details in your work. The cuts, the icons, the sanding, the finishing...its all perfect. I couldn't have imagined a better looking box. I was blown away Shane. You will probably not see this, but hopefully someone at DMG will let you read this. You have made something for me that I hope to pass down for generations. It's a timeless game, and I think my family will love breaking out the Keyflower box many times. The memories that will be at the table...and your box will be there. I'm gushing...people reading think I'm overdoing it but I don't care because I mean every word. Some people play a game a few times...move on to the next thing. I have 250 games on my shelf. I could get rid of 249 and never bat an eye. I love this game and I love this box you made to hold it. Thank you, thank you, thank you Shane (and anyone else that had a hand in making this). By the way, I appreciated your note, and if its not apparent, yes I do think the box is beautiful. Now back to why I said DMG has some of the best people in the world. DMG contacted me recently to tell me my box had been finished. I was super pumped. I had known they would get to it when they could...that was the understanding from the beginning as I made clear I was in no rush to get this box. Michael contacted me saying it was ready. I contacted him back saying GREAT! So EXCITED! CAN'T WAIT!!!! but...............my daughter had to have heart surgery the exact week he contacted me. Bills, bills, bills...yada, yada, yada. All of that jazz. I told them to wait on shipping it and I would pay them as soon as I could......They shipped the box to me anyway and told me that I could take care of payment later...to take care of my daughter and not sweat it. Now, I have bought a good amount of product from them and they know that I am good for the $ but STILL....what company does that sort of thing this day in age? It's so rare and uncommon. They have such an old school business style ...treat people like you want to be treated They even back products with their Kickass guarantee. And a guarantee is only as good as the word of person making the guarantee. I have surfed through hundreds of comments about DMG. Any time a customer is not satisfied, they work it out and make the customer happy. I have never read a customer say, "DMG didn't stand by their guarantee". They ALWAYS do. They have for me in the past when I wanted things finished a little better on a piece. I could seriously go on and but thank you Dog Might. You guys are the best. And just so everyone knows...the heart surgery went beautifully. Best doctor in the world and many prayers were answered. We are still working out bills and stuff but it was nice that someone was willing to do something so kind during such a stressful time in our lives.
  4. 10 points
    Loving the selective stains!
  5. 10 points
    Guess what today is?!?!??! Well, actually it was yesterday. It is the 5 year anniversary of Dog Might! Amazing!
  6. 10 points
    Charlie, the saddest alligator, can emphasize with Sawdust & would love to see his owners dress up in a costume he’d pick out... which most likely will be cookie shaped.
  7. 9 points
    It's been a while.. so here are some of the latest pieces of my DMG collection. The Macassar XL Some of my artifact dice order -- a cocobolo d10 And a redheart boulder d20 My demon's blood token shield And lastly - the burnt orange with brown dragonhide deck jacket - Really happy with how this finish came out
  8. 8 points
    Ding Dong! DMG box at the door!!! They weren't kidding when they called my cedar Sentinel aromatic. I moved the first fold of bubblewrap and I was enveloped with the sweet smell of cedar. Leopardwood dragon wallet. Still debating whether this will be a gift or I keep it for myself.
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    @Konas @Zoe I have an idea for a new board meeting gaming table for you guys (as seen on board game revolution Facebook page). Then again perhaps you already have it.....
  11. 8 points
    Just got my Annie Original Black Phillip Sentinel in Purple Heart and it’s so rad. Well done DMG on an amazing product
  12. 8 points
    So, got more of the set done today. Almost finished. Thought I would share some pics. Plus, some of the custom product we are making for the palyers is ready as well. Mine is the Pink Heart sentinel. The DM Screen is not the one we will be using. That one will have a Beholder on it!
  13. 8 points
    Here is the first half after one coat of lacquer. I used all scrap from the shop. This is the right side of the table. You can see the angled edge for the DM. It is made out of our most popular woods, Flame Birch, African Mahogany, Ash, Walnut, and Bubinga.
  14. 8 points
    IT IS TIME!!! I have been waiting a while to share all of my gorgeous Dog Might wood bits, and today my Valhalla Screen and Component Collectors arrived so here they are in all my poorly framed glory. We have 4 Benge Component Collectors, a Benge Valhalla Screen, 2 Canarywood and 2 Padauk Hero Sleeves and a Dark Walnut adventure case. I can't wait to actually use them but I had to bust out some components from my favourite game to show them off. I am starting running a DnD adventure properly for the first time in a few weeks time so Ill add a picture of the screen in action then! Much love and respect to all here and the DMG team!
  15. 8 points
    Here is Amelia dressed up as my favorite co-pilot, Chewbacca!
  16. 8 points
    One year already done for this forum. Why this could happens, 'cause the people are here with their passions, making this alive day after day. Passion of the boardgame, passion of gaming gear, passion of WOOD, passion of art, passion of dogs (and cats), passion of doing something wonderful. One year, 182 members, new friendship from everywhere. Some are cool, other are savage like me even if I only cook pumpkin twice in 30 years lol. Everybody here are special and we could see it in all the comments everyday. I'm glad to be a part of this. Long life for DMG
  17. 8 points
    So I sponsor a Sci-Fi club at the high school where I work and today was our annual club fair. We had a small attraction going where if you rolled a nat 20 you didn’t have to pay your dues. And I got to show off some Dog Might goodness.
  18. 8 points
    This is my lot of Dog Might Gear I’ve received over the last 10 months Not pictured 2 prototype Dice Towers I purchased for my players in January and March of 2018 Deck Box and Dragon Sheath, and Card Holders purchased on the website 2017-09-18 Bone Box and Hero Sleeves via Kickstarter - received 2018-07-12 Dice Towers via Kickstarter received - 2018-08-04 I am still waiting on my CoCo, but as I’m backer 2349 I have a while to wait. Imgur link if the uploads don't work https://imgur.com/a/Vc1EQWb Have the best day you can manage today ! MrPlucky
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    Finally got a chance to get some pics of my Coco. The Chechen is beautiful, and the Redheart sammich top looks amazing too. This was definitely worth the wait!
  21. 7 points
    Got this Friday, but I was at con. Just got back an hour or so ago, and here's some pictures I took
  22. 7 points
    My awesome custom box that houses the spot lights for my jewelry and craft business. At the Art Festival. The window washes out how pretty the stain is.
  23. 7 points
    Some pictures I just took of one of the dice towers I got (others were for friends) and Lumberjack tears dice. I love it! I use it when I need to roll for my online Changeling game.
  24. 7 points
    Ok - so haven't put any sealer on these yet.. but my first attempts at painting minis in probably over 30 years -- From the Reaper "skills" kit: I like how these turned out for the most part.. a few mistakes.. and definitely need to develop a steadier hand/better process to have a steady touch. Then tried using some of the techniques from that on some minis I had started prior to getting the kit. Definitely improved them, but I had gone a little too far for the stuff to be entirely effective. Still I think it definitely helped/taught me a few things.
  25. 7 points
    Finally organized some of my crafts and brought them up from the dungeon. Latest creations.
  26. 7 points
    And while we're here, I've edited a bunch of photos lately, but here's two most recent ones from when I visited my friend for an agility seminar last month. We went on a bunch of hikes, so I took a bunch of photos along the trail. The black & white dog is actually a tailed Aussie - he is genetically a black tri but his tan points are extremely slight. The other dog is a Keeshond.
  27. 7 points
    My latest Dog Might order came in today! I'm super happy with everything, and DMG did a great job straightening out the top cut on the black walnut sentinel. Even in person I can't tell it was ever uneven. They don't seem super popular, but I for one really like the beveling and framing effects DMG has been doing lately. They add a touch of class without obscuring the grain. So here's my new KDM loadout. The card stand was made by my friend/KDM partner who dabbles in woodworking (he's going to stain and finish it later to match my dining table), and the gear grids and token holder are from Giant Turtle Creations on Etsy (https://www.etsy.com/shop/GiantTurtleCreations) who has great quality 3D printed stuff, though they're certainly not Zoxe's jaw-dropping BoRo grids. Plus everything fits inside the box when closed, provided that the gear grids and showdown board are left out on the lid.
  28. 7 points
    Hey! Still here and still well. The holiday lead-up and subsequent holiday season just bogged me down. I don't even know where to begin posting, haha, so I'll just fire one off here. I'm going to try to get back into the conversation a bit more, but January-March is busy for me because I'm prepping for my company's new catalog that comes out in March. In related DMG news, I just got the notification form the dice KS on Wednesday that my Redheart D6s are on the way!
  29. 7 points
    Some crazy new Valhalla Screens going up soon!
  30. 7 points
    So, our new artist has been busy drawing scenes to engrave on our Valhalla Screens. Here's the first two...more to come.
  31. 7 points
    Got my items. Got to show them off! My three items: Valhalla in Demon Blood, Sentinel in Demon Blood, and Batty. Batty joins our family. Pumpkin I gave to my sister for her birthday last year. She keeps stealing Batty from me, saying she ought to be with her cousin. My new sentinel with a D20 design. I bought my sentinel specifically to hold dice, with it does very well. Currently it is holding 14 sets of dice for a total of 106 dice. That includes a bunch of mini D6's. My lovely spellbook Valhalla. Being an English/Tech teacher, I have taught The Raven and other Gothic literature to teenagers. Here is one of my cats preparing to DM a new adventure.
  32. 7 points
    Baron von Baron the Rhodesian Ridgeback and Angel Louise The Staffordshire Terrier tell their Marvel loving mommy that daddy says this is a DC household
  33. 7 points
    I wouldn't be so sure....Just coming through finishing and should go into final assembly today or Monday.
  34. 7 points
    Probe Droids are done! As I mentioned above, I started these guys many moons ago, and my painting methods have changed quite a bit in the past year. I decided to let little flaws go - mold lines, injection gates, gaps, and other model prep issues that I'd fix today were left "as is" and I decided to see what I could do quickly. I'm happiest with the grimy, dirty, oily robot arms, least happiest with the details on the central globe. There's a lot more that I could have done - gem-style lenses, better battle damage, picking out rivets and vents, etc. and a lot of overall cleanup. But ... it's time for brushes down and onto the next.
  35. 7 points
    @Lindsey and I did a TON of painting this weekend...it rained both days. Lindsey did more than me but I am pretty pleased with my Fenrir from Blood Rage!
  36. 7 points
    Got some good painting done this weekend. Finished my Mauler Troll for Hordes. I am pleased with him. Finished the Spartan and some other stuff. Some of this is earlier but I didn't post pics yet.
  37. 7 points
    Wanted to show off my Galaxy coco! It's a little bit darker than I thought it would be, but i'm still pretty happy!!
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    Name: Chopper the Courageous Coward Race: Rhodesian Ridgeback Class: Paladin Best Known Skill: Keeping the party warm on cold nights Famous for: Finding a place to hide until the danger has passed Most Ashamed of: His unlawful rogue sister Chopper is the most courageous paladin you have ever met! You can count on him to rush to the party’s rescue! …after the danger has passed. He has a heart of gold and will forever be loyal to those who pet him. You can often find him taking a nap on his companions’ laps or in their beds.
  40. 7 points
    Hi guys! I'm so excited to join this kick-ass team :D. I'm attaching pics of my dogs, because that's what's important, yeah? The fluffy derp is Fenrir (not drunk, just high on life) and the intense little girl is Clair.
  41. 6 points
    My new dragon tray came today. As soon as I saw it on the site I bought immediately as it was really cool. But not as cool as it is in person. Whoever did this tray (Josh???), job well done!
  42. 6 points
    I saw this screen today..not sure who did it but I dig it.
  43. 6 points
    Here is my mimic and our characters (Battle Chef and a Drow Rave Rogue) Just bought a screen for my husband for his birthday gift. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1otVGSFXsThdEd7BzeU_CRwYGotvsoooV/view?usp=sharing
  44. 6 points
    ZOMG @Barb Bliss ....of course it's your fault . You've got a killer trigger finger. But guess what, what's fair is fair. You're fast on it and get dibs. I hope in all my sassiness you know I'm nowhere close to mad. If I was, I would write a big long elaborate response trying to be respectful while articulating my points and then be quiet for a while. Instead I'm being a goofball dropping zingers.
  45. 6 points
    Hope everyone had an amazing Holiday! We had a fantastic time out in Philly. Went downtown to the XMas village. Had some amazing mulled wine. Lots of time with family. Ran a brutal 4 mile run. Food. Too much food. Got some great presents...including a Vodka Carousel! Some minis, an L5R book, running clothes. Too much to cram into my already packed gaming room. Good to be back at work feeling productive once again. Pic of us in downtown Philly in front of a flexing topiary buck....
  46. 6 points
    OK, here's some more pictures, some with staging. Can't let @RomyCat and @Serge Darveau one up me. This is my garden kitty, Lilly. I've had her in my yard for about 20 years. 🐈 Sorry about the quality of the pictures. If I get any distance away, the flash just makes them glare. Without it, they're too dark. Massive Darkness mini props. That Black Limba is just ridiculous.
  47. 6 points
    I am just about done with the sphinx herself. A few touchups and then going on to the base. It only has one coat of ivory on it. @Zoe here she is!
  48. 6 points
    Gift from a Carcassonne Forum's friend, a signed tile by the author, a custom meeple of my friends, and some new stamps.
  49. 6 points
    Just received my replacment tile (on the right) and my dice tower! I'm so very happy!!
  50. 6 points
    Holy Hannah! My Redheart Sentinel finally arrived! The sister to @tgpumpkin's. I suddenly have a desire to play a game in the middle of a pumpkin patch. p.s. Those of you waiting on Redheart for your CoCos, you will not be disappointed. p.p.s. Sorry about the glare. When UPS said by end of day they weren't kidding. The boxes arrived at 7 pm.
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