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PostPosted: Sun Apr 30, 2006 7:33 pm 
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Quote (Mojarn Piett @ 30 April 2006 (06:06))
I see I'll have to get what I want as long as there is something left. That is, ?before the master has made his move. ?:/

That sucking sound is the Primarch placing his order.  :p

Serious, as long as they are in production, it is not so bad. Once something goes OOP then that is where the shift really takes place.  :laugh:

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PostPosted: Mon May 01, 2006 1:36 am 
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I see I'll have to get what I want as long as there is something left. That is, ?before the master has made his move. ?:/

That sucking sound is the Primarch placing his order. ?:p

Serious, as long as they are in production, it is not so bad. Once something goes OOP then that is where the shift really takes place. ?:laugh:

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May we hope these wonderful minis never go OOP!  :;):  :D

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PostPosted: Mon May 01, 2006 1:54 am 
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I see I'll have to get what I want as long as there is something left. That is, ?before the master has made his move. ?:/

That sucking sound is the Primarch placing his order. ?:p

Serious, as long as they are in production, it is not so bad. Once something goes OOP then that is where the shift really takes place. ?:laugh:

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May we hope these wonderful minis never go OOP! ?:;): ?:D

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I agree, I like seeing others be successful.  :D

I was thinking of the old chip commercial, ?Eat all you want, we?ll always make more.?.

Well in this case it could be, ?Buy all you want, we?ll always cast up more.?.   :;):

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FRoA #242 More is good ... all is better. :alien:

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PostPosted: Mon May 01, 2006 8:04 am 
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FRoA #242 More is good ... all is better. :alien:

Well, it is too late for him to get them all as others already own some.  :p

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PostPosted: Mon May 01, 2006 2:45 pm 
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Quote (The_Real_Chris @ 29 April 2006 (04:17))
Oh, how clean are the castings in general and specifically is there much flash on the infantry?

Like Paul said, there was very little if any flash. ?More often no flash at all. ?The biggest surprise is that the DRM infantry figures are not on a sprue. ?Metal GW figures have to be cut off a sprue and then file the base down for a bit. ?The DRM figures generally had a tiny bump on the bottom of the base that could be cut off quickly or filed off in with a few strokes of a file.

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PostPosted: Mon May 01, 2006 7:06 pm 
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Unless you are CS apparently :)

Now now Chris, be nice.  :p

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Quote (The_Real_Chris @ 01 May 2006 (18:56))
Unless you are CS apparently :)

I think that it may be genetic!  :D

However, I do agree that there is almost no flash on the minis at all. On my Andrayada infantry, most had a sliver of flash on the gun barrel (just cut off), and maybe one in five needed a bit of filing on the shoulder pads... and that is it.

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PostPosted: Mon May 01, 2006 11:44 pm 
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I agree, I like seeing others be successful. ?:D

I was thinking of the old chip commercial, ?Eat all you want, we?ll always make more.?.

Well in this case it could be, ?Buy all you want, we?ll always cast up more.?. ? :;):

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Hi!

At least its not GW, whom we really cant count on for a steady stream of minis.

Long live DRM!

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I agree, I like seeing others be successful. ?:D

I was thinking of the old chip commercial, ?Eat all you want, we?ll always make more.?.

Well in this case it could be, ?Buy all you want, we?ll always cast up more.?. ? :;):

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At least its not GW, whom we really cant count on for a steady stream of minis.

Long live DRM!

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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 6:43 pm 
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For all those who followed this thread..

It was deliberate that I made sure the scale was a close as possible to other systems.  I didnt want people to feel that they couldnt mix stuff from DRM with other ranges.  While I cant make it work for everything I went for the most commonly mentioned ranges that are bought and tried to keep within that scope.

A few things did get missed like the terrain that was only high enough to let a dwarf in which wasnt intentional but so far it seems to be working. The terrain which had its scale corrected , has finally arrived and is available.  So now on to the other models for the end of this month.

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For all those who followed this thread..

It was deliberate that I made sure the scale was a close as possible to other systems. ?I didnt want people to feel that they couldnt mix stuff from DRM with other ranges. ?While I cant make it work for everything I went for the most commonly mentioned ranges that are bought and tried to keep within that scope.

A few things did get missed like the terrain that was only high enough to let a dwarf in which wasnt intentional but so far it seems to be working. The terrain which had its scale corrected , has finally arrived and is available. ?So now on to the other models for the end of this month.

Doug

Doug,

My post was teasing, thus the smily face. Sorry if this is something we should not tease about.

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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 9:35 pm 
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no its fine :D  

I just wanted to agree and actually say it was deliberate.  Just because I dont want to be seen as some company who says only use DRM minis and be out of scale from others :)


Maybe it came a cross too serious as I just quickly typed while I was updating the website and didnt think anything of it. Sorry wasnt my intent


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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 10:08 pm 
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Quote (darkone26 @ 08 May 2006 (18:43))
It was deliberate that I made sure the scale was a close as possible to other systems.  I didnt want people to feel that they couldnt mix stuff from DRM with other ranges.  ... I dont want to be seen as some company who says only use DRM minis and be out of scale from others

Most laudable aims, it's nice to see a manufacturer thinking of what its customers want.  [cough, GW, cough]  I'm liking what I've seen of these figures and I'll be getting some when I clear some space on my painting schedule, I'm liking the look of the Kraytonian aircraft for my Chaos army.

While I'm here:  Does anyone have the dimentions of a Vorace?  I'm figuring it for a Questor/Subjugator with a bit of conversion.

Edit:  I don't know the legal implications but Audrey's model comparisons would be a really good thing to include on the DRM website.

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