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Ramshackle Games ,Trixie - Strange Aeons - Mission Objective + Pile of Skulls

i finished more Strange Aeons terrain / Mission Objective

first of all a Ramshackle Games promotional mini called Trixie

it works well for the Strange Aeons mission where you have to free a captured agent or as a civillian that should be sacrificed… 25 more words

Finished Projects

Terrain 2007 - 2012 Workshop Service repair manual

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Our Repair Manual, Owner’s Manuals and Parts Catalogs Downloads contain all information you’ll need to perform repairs, look up parts or do routine maintenance on your machine.The manual includes pictures and easy to follow directions on what tools are needed and how the repair is performed. 380 more words

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Terrain - Sandbag Barriers and creepy Scarecrow

i finished some smaller pieces of street clutter

first of all heres 3 Sandbag-barriers

and also a creepy scarecrow

wich is another repainted Dreamblade miniature called the ” Ropestrung Scarecrow”

Finished Projects

Renders!

I figured I should post a bunch of renders to show a little more of whats going on. I tend to only highlight the big things and maybe you’d enjoy to see some plain old pictures so here they are! 197 more words

Buildings, Buildings, Buildings! (Part 3)

So this is my third (and final) post on the series.  For those of you who didn’t catch my earlier posts,  you can see them… 1,110 more words

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KIckstarters..........................

So its time for a little update on the world of Kick starter projects that I have backed.

Deadzone: Just waiting on the plastics enforcers, peacekeepers and forge guard which are due next month (December) 206 more words

Terrain

Retrotechtacular: The (Long, Arduous) Birth of a Tank

Throughout the 1950s and early 1960s, the United States Army provided regular status reports to both its interior members and the American public through a half-hour documentary television show called… 444 more words

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