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MadKalnod

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  1. I'm pretty sure that Ilnanonefasto is a member on the forums here with the handle SpartanGiovanni. He might be able to talk you through the process.
  2. I knew a guy who makes a few dozen different alien language fonts that might work for names and other hull markings on alien ships if you can print your own waterslide decals. His site's here: http://www.windswords.org/omega/omega.html Some more here: http://www.blambot.com/fonts_dialogue_strangelangs.shtml And here: http://www.erikstormtrooper.com/fonts.htm
  3. Quoth Johnny Carson: "I did not know that, Ed."
  4. I like the look of the Warwolf, I just think that they should have kept the weapon-themed naming convention the Sorylians had going and call it a Catapult, Ballista, Trebuchet, or the Greek word for such a battlefield siege weapon.
  5. Rose: "What's the emergency?" The Doctor: "It's mauve." Rose: "Mauve?" The Doctor: "Universally recognized color for danger." Rose: "What happened to red?" The Doctor: "That's just humans. By everyone else's standards, red's camp. Oh, the misunderstandings. All those red alerts, all that dancing." - Doctor Who, Episode #1.09: The Empty Child
  6. I'd say more of a "Wasp" or "Hornet" pattern. Spartan Giovanni did a nifty RSN taskforce in a black and yellow vespiform color scheme; you may find it useful for suggestions: http://www.ilnanonefasto.it/miniatura/317
  7. I kind of like the effect of the chipping, actually. It gives them that Star Wars-ish appearance of actually having experienced some wear and tear from battle damage, abrasion from clouds of cosmic dust, hard radiation-induced fading, etc. It's a difficult look to pull off intentionally.
  8. A friend of mine got me an Apollo-Class Battleship for my birthday, and the planned color scheme is as follows: Armor plates - Medium blue with white trim/racing stripes. Metallic parts (structural supports, weapons, engines, etc.) - Light to medium gray Engine glow - Yellowish-orange. (Not sure if it's cricket to post images of a competitor's minis, and I apologize in advance if it is, but I'm only advocating the paint jobs, not the ships themselves.) We're thinking of something like these:
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