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  1. Odd DMG birthday facts. Both Cameron and I were born on the 13th. Me in August, him in March. And, here's the spooky part, both of us were born on a Friday!
  2. Can I fire myself? Is that possible..... Let me give it a go.....
  3. We are putting another Black Limba Dracolich today. It was supposed to be yours but I didn't like the grainwork as much. We made another for you that same day and it is in finishing now. Looks great!
  4. The backside is pretty cool as well. A built in dice tower. 2 small storage areas. And d6 magnets. It really was the first incarnation of the new Valhalla Screens.
  5. So, I can finally tell you all about one of the surprises we have been working on. We made an amazing GM Screen for the second season of We're Alive: Frontier on Geek and Sundry. It is a live edge Walnut 4 panel screen. 2 Of the panels rotate and have engraved panels that allow the GM to update info for the game. We are pretty pumped. Being on Geek and Sundry twice in a month is pretty special for us.
  6. I do like the idea of a Konasphere. What would it look like exactly?
  7. Oh, that is an interesting idea that we hadn't thought about. We shall consider..... PS. All ideas become the possession of Dog Might LLC. ( read like Ricky Bobby in Talladega Nights...)
  8. Your rolls have nothing to do with our boxes! That is an amazingly bad set of die rolls. Epic.
  9. I am painting a boar mini from Reaper Bones. I finished it yesterday. Will take pics tonight and post, if I don't forget. Also working on a crazy ape from same line. We have a new mini working method. Kick out some Bones minis pretty quickly as a way to warm up for painting more expensive minis and to increase our collection for playing RPGs. The mouse nest story made me think of an old tale from years ago. I was asleep and a mouse was making noise in the wall right by the light switch. It wouldn't stop squeaking no matter what I did. In my sleep deprived rage, I got out of bed and hit the wall. Not like a punch, just a light tap. It stopped making noise immediately. Fast forward about a week and my bedroom smelled like death. So much so that I ended up cutting a hole in the drywall about 2 x 1'. Found the mouse. He had been trapped between a wall joist and the switch box and was stuck so badly he couldn't escape and died there. He had squeezed into about a half inch separation. My hope is that my tap on the wall scared him so much that he passed because of it, ending his misery. At least, that is what I tell myself. It took me about a week to cut and patch and paint the drywall, a job that I have always despised. Those of you that have done drywall fixes know what I mean.
  10. I would like to state emphatically that I am 100% against costuming pets in any way. I am all about freedom, and you are all free to outfit your little animals in whatever way you choose. But, as a devoted father to rescue pup that is scared of everything, I cannot in good conscious say that Sawdust looks good in a Hot Dog outfit. I weep for the animals in this contest. PS. This is clearly sarcastic....
  11. I saw that coming through last week and was very excited! So pleased you are happy with it. Great pics!
  12. I knew it would go eventually. It actually took a little longer than I thought. Hope everyone had a great weekend. Mine was uneventful. Lindsey was in Vancouver for a con. I picked her up this morning bright and early. I did some mini painting. Cleaned. Ran.
  13. I love the title of 'Jagged Road to Sainthood'. Very cool!
  14. Books!?!?!? What do you write about?
  15. I love mountain biking. Where I live we have some of the best trails in the state. Now, Lindsey and I run on them a lot. We will start biking them once she gets a bike.
  16. A place to post any questions about the hobby and to post pics of your work.
  17. All right everyone. I should be going. Got to take Sawdust for a run. On a side note, I really appreciate all of you that take the time to post here. It means the world to me to have so many fans taking time out of their daily lives to chat. It makes me smile every day. Clearly, I have had enough beers to make me over emotional.... I shall leave you with this...
  18. Yeah, it was crazy. It ended with over 400k after the Pledge Manager. It will, still, make or break us. We under priced them by about $10 a unit. They are brutal to make, logisitics wise. We will persevere but it is a blessing and a curse. I will NEVER regret that project but I certainly feel the constant strain of it. We are dealing with it well now. Earlier this year, it was very tough. Now, we have settled in.
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