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Jerico Johnston
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Gamer, writer, and father living in New England.
Gamer, writer, and father living in New England.

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Some interesting observations there. When I ran Diaspora, we struggled with similar issues relating to aspects. Another problem we had was transitioning to collaborative storytelling, which I don't see you mention. I'm glad that's an obstacle you don't need to overcome. Nice map and article, thanks for putting it together.
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An update for the #ToMB series that my friend +Adam Helbling started up!
ToMB: The Guild's Judgement
ToMB: The Guild's Judgement
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Really enjoying this model.  I'm considering doing some blue lining with some prussian blue, and giving a try at the shoulder emblems.  To do that I think I'll make a masking tape stencil to airbrush them on.  Thoughts?

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Guys and gals I'm having a hard time with the blacks here.  I think the gun is horrible, and the shoulder pad isn't much better.  Suggestions?  Help! :)
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I'm enamored by the painting of infinity's studio painter Angel Giraldez, and I've tried to follow his instructions for painting the studio blues for Pan Oceania.  I decided to combine that with +James Wappel 's wet into wet techniques, using a filbert brush to do the reds.  I need to build the shadows more for greater contrast, but I am greatly indebted to the Wappel technique for making reds so much easier!
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I ended up finishing those Zerats!
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An infinity Zerat WIP I'm working on for a friend's army.  I have the base left to complete before I seal the model.  C&C's encouraged and welcomed.
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One of the many problems I run into when painting a miniature is remembering color recipes.  Many people avoid mixing paints for this very reason, but I've decided to try another route.  I've seen some of you use color swatches and I ended up giving it a go.  Here is a swatch I pulled from No Quarter 15, for wood.  You can see it used over at:

 http://jacepainting.com/2013/09/04/k4k-goblin-updates/  

(Oh, and sorry for the light oscillation in the image!)
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Putting together the Imperial Dragon Rider from #RalPartha  in the #Demonworld  line.  It's a fun model, with a pretty easy build.  I ended up doing the "psuedo pin" method of green stuff and super glue.  It's coming along well, and soon to be stomping +William Urban on the battlefield.  I've got some previous pictures of the build here: http://jacepainting.com/2013/08/27/imperial-dragon-rider/
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