Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Anne's Awesome (and super secret) giveaway.

Just a quick one today. The not so well kept secret is out, and you may already be entered without knowing it. Anne over at O'Leary Miniatures is have a super secret giveaway on her blog here. The offerings are very good and honestly it is exciting just to be in the running.This give away is being sponsored in part by author Patrick Hatt. You can find Mr. Hatt's Amazon Writers Page at Best of luck to everyone whose gotten their name in and I have been lucky enough to win something from Anne once before, so hopefully I still have a little luck left.

I finally found my d10's, they were inside the boxes for Munchkin bites and Munchkin Cthulhu. I think I had the bright idea to use them for level counters. I discovered them just before my horrific loss at Munchkin Bites.

Here is my updated dice challenge table.

Die 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Avg.
d4 2 4 4 2 2 4 4 4 3 4 3.3
d6 6 4 3 4 2 5 5 2 1 5 3.7
d8 2 6 1 4 3 3 5 1 6 4 3.5
d10 3 4 8 3 1 5 3 2 5 9 4.3
d12 5 6 5 8 10 6 5 12 9 4 7
d20 2 17 1 17 8 6 17 19 9 8 10.4
d100 94 60 36 96 34 62 27 50 36 32 52.7

Fairly poor on the d10 but just about average on the d100.

Ray asked to see the visor in action, and I finally figured out how to work my webcam, so here are a couple of shots.

I'm wearing my glasses underneath. And for fun some more Ladies of Metal, after the break.


  1. Thank you so much for the plug Sean.

    How do those babes look whilst you're wearing the magnifier? Bigger?

    1. Hi Anne, actually they are hard to focus on with the visor.

  2. Nice - looking like Dr. Cyclops :)!

    1. Hi Dean, I hadn't thought about it, but you're right.

  3. Especially on the first picture those glasses look like a head-up display... You'd just need the right software: "miniature locks... calculating entry lane for size 0 brush..." ;-)


    1. Hi Stefan, yes the laptop screen was reflecting off of the lenses.

  4. 'I do eyes. Just eyes.'

    Now you need a huge parka with heat tubes running to the walls (and a bit of neon wouldn't hurt).

    I'm curious to how these will work out for you. I tried something similar but I didn't like how it affected my depth perception with the brush. Now I just use low-mag reading glasses if my eyes are tired.

    1. Hi Curt, I had trouble with depth perception at first but have since gotten the hang of it. Your brain just takes a little time working that way to adjust.

  5. Glasses for body painting? Excellent idea Sean! :-D


    1. Thanks Peter, I feel like it is helping me get comfortable painting, especially since I painted 28mm in the past and was struggling with the smaller scale.



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