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Michael Tresca
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Don't be fooled by the picture, most of the "designer resin" is a dull gray. Unless you have a white backdrop with bright lighting, Design Toscano dragons tend to fade into the background. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but you'll find that many of the details are lost and a clock is meant to be looked at. So I painted it.

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Splinter cats use their massive heads to smash trees to get at honey and raccoons, battering the trees to bits to get at their prey. They are primarily nocturnal hunters and are most active during storms.

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So in this case, Amazon believes the filament works better at a lower temperature. This PETG is orange, but given that PETG is often used to print food-ready items, I can actually see it being used raw. I generally paint my 3D sculpts, but food-safe items will require a special paint, so you generally want to use the material as-is out of the printer.
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Join us this October as we look into the horrifying meme-beasts that haunt the Internet and trace their roots back to literature and role-playing games. In this installment we meet Zalgo, a being who infects everything it touches with insanity and death.

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As a long-time Dungeons & Dragons player, I sometimes take for granted just how much tabletop role-playing games elevated fantasy artwork. Whether it was on the cover of D&D boxed sets or in the pages of Dragon Magazine, fantastically-detailed art seemed par for the course. But art tells stories: it shares the outlook of its creators, it expresses thematic differences in editions, and it tells us how to play. Art & Arcana’s greatest achievement is in reminding us why art matters to D&D.

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I frequently bring home board games to test out with my family. Drop It broke a few records. It's the first game my son ever asked for and the first game we invited all of our family members to join after playing it.
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Chessex are herbivorous and can be found in large herds in the American Midwest. Human and humanoid barbarian tribes find the chessex highly important, as the poison from their antlers can be drained and used on weapons. The tough, leathery hides of the chessex are used as armor (equal in all respects to leather armor), and the meat of these mutant deer has proved to be quite tasty.

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My eight-year-old daughter has been using a netbook for the longest time -- the kind of computer you take with you on vacation because if someone steals it you won't care -- and it's become clear at this point that our phones have now far outpaced the humble netbook . As she gets older, she needs a computer that can keep up, but that isn't a gaming machine. It just needs to work and keep her from downloading malware. Enter this Acer.
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