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Aurah Christian

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  1. Thanks for the advice! I usually use the shove-and-open method for my normal sentinel and it works great. I was just surprised by how much easier the beveled opening was in comparison.
  2. Thanks everyone! Glad you all like the pics and the fox. (And glad you like the KDM, tgpumpkin - I got lucky and landed an early bird slot on the second KDM kickstarter and have been addicted ever since, but it would probably have been too expensive for me to take the plunge without the kickstarter price). On a side note, after using the black walnut sentinel tonight for our weekly KDM I learned that the center bevels make it much easier to open than the traditional format. The magnets are still pretty strong, but I don't have to wrestle with it at all like I sometimes do my bubinga one or the dragon sheath, it just... opens. If I do another custom order for a DMG product with corner magnet closure, I'll definitely strongly consider asking for bevels around the opening just for better usability.
  3. 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.
  4. So I have a question for those with large dragon sheath collections: how do the dimensions (height, specifically) of your slimline dragon sheaths compare to the XL sheaths and the beveled sheaths? I'm wondering if the XLs and the beveleds will fit inside a GM system, or if they're like the regular dragon sheaths which are too big.
  5. ...A fox! That's beautiful, Rosie! I really love the wood grain on that piece. And the color scheme, to the surprise of no one. Also, I'm really late on this, but your collections are amazing @RomyCat and @Jabubuck. I really like the benge theme you have going, Jabubuck, and Romy, your valhalla screen photo is fantastic (bonus points for the cute cat)!
  6. Those are gorgeous, Thomas Browne! That bocote is really unique. @Barb Bliss Oh dear, all fear the Konasphere! (But do so while cackling over your wooden pretties! We don't need to eat anyway... right?) @Konas Take all the ideas you want! Especially if there's a minute chance they end in more cool DMG offerings.
  7. Thanks everyone! I've really enjoyed poking through this thread to get ideas, and figured that now I have a piece it was my turn to share. I'll post pics whenever my GM system gets in, too! (Though that might be a while, there's no rush on it!) Just curious, are there any plans to make add-ons like shelves and pencil holders for the GM systems, or are those going to stay Valhalla screen-only?
  8. 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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