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(07-06-2016, 04:12 PM)MellyMonkey Wrote: [ -> ]I did see a neat/easy technique recently on the Facebook that I'd like to try... I think I can squeeze that in this summer!

What was it for/called? 
Yay, MellyMonkey!

We'd love to have you join us for this comp. Smile

Now, enough teasing. What technique are you thinking of?
(07-06-2016, 07:11 PM)ableman33 Wrote: [ -> ]Yay, MellyMonkey!

We'd love to have you join us for this comp. Smile

Now, enough teasing. What technique are you thinking of?

I saw a guy use mixed dry beans for cobblestone that was pretty damned convincing... I just need to acquire some Pringles cans. Wink
(07-07-2016, 05:39 PM)MellyMonkey Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-06-2016, 07:11 PM)ableman33 Wrote: [ -> ]Yay, MellyMonkey!

We'd love to have you join us for this comp. Smile

Now, enough teasing. What technique are you thinking of?

I saw a guy use mixed dry beans for cobblestone that was pretty damned convincing... I just need to acquire some Pringles cans. Wink

That sounds really cool. Smile
(07-07-2016, 07:24 PM)ableman33 Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-07-2016, 05:39 PM)MellyMonkey Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-06-2016, 07:11 PM)ableman33 Wrote: [ -> ]Yay, MellyMonkey!

We'd love to have you join us for this comp. Smile

Now, enough teasing. What technique are you thinking of?

I saw a guy use mixed dry beans for cobblestone that was pretty damned convincing... I just need to acquire some Pringles cans. Wink

That sounds really cool. Smile

So, I was in Wal*mart two days ago. I caught them in the act of marking down Pringles to $0.50 per box. See, there were these boxes that related to the Marvel Civil War movie. The boxes had two Pringles cans inside (of different, conflicting flavours). Therefore,

...for just -$1- I got: 4 tall Pringles cans and 2 boxes worth of chipboard to make terrain with.

I love shopping for groceries with terrain in mind.  Smile
(07-09-2016, 05:08 AM)pendrake Wrote: [ -> ]So, I was in Wal*mart two days ago. I caught them in the act of marking down Pringles to $0.50 per box. See, there were these boxes that related to the Marvel Civil War movie. The boxes had two Pringles cans inside (of different, conflicting flavours). Therefore,

...for just -$1- I got: 4 tall Pringles cans and 2 boxes worth of chipboard to make terrain with.

I love shopping for groceries with terrain in mind.  Smile

And enough polymer-saturated carbohydrates to keep a fire going for hours, or to feed a hungry terrain builder for almost as long.
Nice. Big Grin
All right folks, we've got just over two weeks before the end of this competition. It's not too late to jump in if you want to join us. Smile

Summer is always a tough time for terrain building. You think you'll have so much free time, yet regular schedules are disrupted and there seem to be and endless stream of unplanned things that keep popping up whenever you reach for your cutting mat and glue.

If you've been itching to get at least some terrain building done this season, we're here for you.

Come on in, the water's fine. Big Grin
10 days!

Let's get some activity going here everyone. Smile

I want to see these projects make it. And we challenge any last-minute types to jump on in. Tongue
One week everyone!! Big Grin


Let's do this thing! Tongue


Looking forward to seeing everyone's projects.


Go team Terrain Builders!!!

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THREE DAYS!!

We can do this. Push those projects. Brush that paint. Flock that base. Go Team!! Big Grin


Best of luck everyone. I look forward to seeing these projects cross the finish line.
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