Well, here we are cutting a swath into the first month of the new year. As the blog moves into its 6th YEAR I for one find myself shocked that I am still doing this, Wow! A Look Back at 2017 I could say the 2017 overall was rollercoaster ride Although to be completely honest … Continue reading State of the Blog 2018
We decided to start making candles, after my husband found a d20 mold on eBay. They burn for over 10 hours, probably closer to 20. Once I work out the kinks, I will be selling them on my Etsy store. Below are pics of the 1st-3rd castings, eventually we will buy more mold types, wax … Continue reading New Craft: d20 Candles
This could be any type of divine or arcane magic user. I was in the mood to paint blues and greens and decided to streak his hair. He is wearing a robe and cloak, wielding no weapons and wearing no armor. I am still searching for the manufacturer. I am selling this figure on Etsy, … Continue reading Figure of the Week: Human Mage
In the past many cultures have had various superstitions about eclipses, including "the End of the World". Here is a good link to further information. Excerpt: Myths and Superstitions Around Solar Eclipses Solar eclipses have caused fear, inspired curiosity, and have been associated with myths, legends, and superstitions throughout history. Even today, an eclipse of the … Continue reading Total Solar Eclipse 2017
Ral Partha. This is a male dwarf of the far north with cloak, helm and scimitar. He is dressed for the cold, some people have told me that his colors are too drab, but that is on purpose.
This is the original metal version of the D & D Jozan, Cleric of Pelor. I played him as a fighter/cleric in the Sunless Citadel campaign. He is a human male cleric wearing scale mail with a buckler and bladed mace. The base is flocked.
So, here we go, Backstories are not Stories round two. Let me begin by saying I had have been thrilled with how the last week's blog was received. It had many comments from all points of view on the topic. Additionally, I deeply enjoyed the exchange of thoughts and ideas that was had overall. Heck, … Continue reading Further Musings on Backstories are Not Stories