Plenty of Fallout Progress

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  1. Looking good mate, I voted for your dwarf 👍. Out of interest I noticed a whole load of Fallout 3D printable stuff on RPGNow. Vertibirds , cars etc. I thought I would give you a heads up. Aww Mamma Murphy, with her mystic Wisdom. I might have to just play the game again. I fortified every village that I could. Not sure how many hundreds of hours I spent on it. I had Nick as my companion all of the time, I felt guilty letting him go and kept him on. 😂.

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    1. Thanks so much for the vote, Maeno! I really appreciate it, mate.

      I will have to take a look at that. It sounds like those might be the official prints that Modiphius has released. I’ve been waiting for what feels like months for them to restock those in the US so I can buy them. It does make buying a printer awfully tempting!

      Nick is a great companion and probably my favorite besides Codsworth. I think those were the main two I used in my playthrough too 🙂


  2. With over 1000 hours logged on Fallout 4 myself Mama Murphy felt like more than a very minor character for me. More like a slightly annoying extended relative!

    You bring the characters to life with your outstanding painting mate!

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    1. I think I just never ran into her at Sanctuary Hills so I nearly forgot about her until I saw her in Wasteland Warfare. It makes me really happy that people know the minor characters from Fallout 4 and enjoy seeing their minis 🙂 Thanks for the support as always!


    1. Its funny because I was thinking the same thing when I painted her footwear. Fallout is an alternative history where nuclear bombs were dropped in the 1950’s or 1960’s (I think) and things never recovered but apparently that didn’t stop them from being invented eventually 🙂 Thanks for the kind words and those details always end up taking extra time so it makes me glad to hear that they are appreciated!


    1. Thank you! We’ll see if it is a joy when I get around to it too 🙂 If you see some gaming pieces that you like, especially from Games Workshop, I think you should give them a try. One of my painting friends would always tell me, if you paint the highest quality sculpts, it will help you get better and it has made a big difference for me so that is something to ponder 🙂

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      1. Your friend is right. No matter how good a painter you are it is extremely difficult to pick out the detail if it isn’t there in the first place. It is one of the biggest reasons why most of my figures only come from a few suppliers, ones that I have found I can trust for quality and detail. You usually get what you pay for. 😊

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  3. These look outstanding, you have a certain painting style that really brings these characters to life. Incredible painting details. To my eyes they actually look too good to be gaming pieces, so I’m curious to see how a battle report would look.

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    1. Thanks, Gero! I’ve always thought I had a painting style but its only been recently that people have started commenting on it so may be that it is becoming more pronounced or clearer which is cool. Regardless, I appreciate your kind words and look forward to gaming quite a bit. I think the first time or two I play it will be with just an okay-looking “board” but I think with time, I’ll have some really nice looking terrain which is always my goal 🙂

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  4. Great job on the miniatures and happy to see you blogging again. I voted for your dwarf, I gave it an 8 but only because that’s what I thought you would find accurate. Good luck on the site. 😀

    Your definitely making some great progress with the Fsllout stuff. I’m anxious for you to actually play the game
    Or maybe you have? Play it once with unpainted stuff just to make sure you like it! 😀

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    1. Thanks, Stew! I appreciate your vote and I’m happy to have people vote whatever they think it is worth 🙂 I want to earn high scores and not get them through any other means than the quality of my painting, if you know what I mean.

      I’m feeling the same way on the anxiety. I think that I can get an okay, if a bit sparse board together once I finish that super mutant in this post so I think I will do that because I want to try the game and make sure I like it before spending a lot more time painting stuff. I’ll certainly write up a battle report when I do so others can see how it went! 🙂


    1. Cheers, mate! Codsworth took 2-3 weeks to paint and while I questioned it at the time, I think he was absolutely worth it. He’s gotten a lot of positive feedback and comments like yours drive home that I can be proud of him! 🙂

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