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I don't think she has a choice in the matter, one of my common BNs is currently sitting on the waterline of my tank with one fin sticking out. She has an enlarged belly and I'm hoping it's not bloat. I have attached a picture and would appreciate
I figured I would combine my introduction with a bit of my work. I am ChemicalAgent (You may know me if you have visited the Podhammer forums) a freelance sculptor from Cincinnati and war gamer for some 8 years or so. My friends and I have decided to
Hey Folks, I came across this the other day. It's a map editor for Rackham games. You can download the main program from the 1st link, and there are extra tiles from the second two links. Once you've downloaded the first file and insalled it, go int
I just noticed one of my bristlenoses darting to the surface and flipping back down to lie on his plant again. Now I've seen most of them doing it at some point. Other than this their behaviour seems normal. It is a very hot day and the tanks
Next weekend I'll be building (finally) a game board. My plan at this point is to build a basic grassland style board, and base it on pink foam. But I'm not sure how I want to do the surface. Sand is pretty common, but it scratches minis pretty easily.
Chantel. Could you explain some of your criteria for the masonite board you use? I have a painting I want to do that will be 24 x 40" and I'm not sure exactly what I should look for in masonite, especially the thickness. Judy
We are working on a board - Port of Innsmouth (hi Lovecraft fans). Some of the surface of the extruded polystyrene foam is getting gouged as we remove this annoying metal sticky paper from the foam. Also the foam has some sun damage from exposure.