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Time To Resupply!!

Posted by William Durall on Tuesday, January 11, 2011, In : Toys 
I'm in the process of making an order to Marauder John for some weapons and dio accessories.  I'm super stoked.

In the mean time I'm going to pull out some of the other stuff I've gotten from Marauder John to show off.

They've got some great products, can't wait to share with everyone!!

While you're waiting go checkout Marauder John's site.

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An Idea, Or A Waste Of Time....

Posted by William Durall on Monday, January 3, 2011, In : Toys 
Either way I thought it was pretty cool.  Course I made it so I should :D.

At any rate I've been wanting to do a continuous dio-story, something that encompassed all the action figures that I collect.  I think this may be it.  I did what ended up being a teaser pic for it, I'm not going to go too much into detail about it til I get some of the dioramas done and am able to start posting some pics.

Should be interesting if it gets off the ground.

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Happy New Year!!

Posted by William Durall on Saturday, January 1, 2011, In : Toys 
Happy New Year Everyone!!  Here's to a bright new year of family and friends, love and compassion, wisdom and success.

Things are starting to slow down here at the homestead, although I know it'll start rolling again soon.  Christmas was great, hanging out with some friends, and celebrating with family at home.  My son loved it, several Star Wars toys and video games now in his clutches the galaxy is definitely not safe.

I know I've been a bit lax on our diorama project.  I've still not forgott...
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Narceron is right...for once...err

Posted by William Durall on Sunday, November 14, 2010,
Well kind of at least.  Narceron stated earlier on his blog a comment about me giving into my tv watching...not exactly.  Just life in general.  We've been working on cleaning things up around the house, inside and out, making room and such.  Plus my son is pursuing his acting career, or at best he's a rock lobster in Alice In Wonderland Jr.  He's doing pretty well.  I am both proud and somewhat surprised that he is willing to be in front of bunch of people singing and dancing.  You never kno...
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Cantina Dio, Getting Started

Posted by William Durall on Wednesday, October 6, 2010, In : Toys 
Okay, I was planning on posting this yesterday but the stove broke and that just put a general damper on the whole day.  Good news is as far as we know it is fixable, which is much cheaper than replacing it.

That aside, I have gotten some odd and end Star Wars, G.I. Joe, and Warhammer 40K parts together to use on the "serving table" for no better name.  It will be the table that the bartender fixes the drinks from and serves them in the cantina. I've take a picture of these parts.  I've figure...
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Da Bank, a small town dio

Posted by William Durall on Monday, October 4, 2010, In : Toys 
Here is an excerpt from Simon's, Narceron,  blog.  Click the link to read the rest and see his pics.

"So I'm working on this 1/18th scale town for my son.  I don't want it to be a model, per se, but rather something he can play with when he's old enough to do that sort of thing.  I am impressed by modern action figures, but their playsets are just zero fun.  I don't think these need to be accurate, or even complete buildings, just little stepping stones for his imagination...."

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Customizer's Challenge!!

Posted by William Durall on Monday, October 4, 2010, In : Toys 
Every once in a while me and my friends get the idea that we should have a customizing competition, more of a challenge really.  That time has come around again. 

Usually our challenges have revolved around customizing Star Wars and G.I. Joe action figures, more or less a marathon doing several in a short period of time.  The last one proved to be just too much though.  The quality of the customs, mine at least, were lacking and the fun value had slipped away.  But this time, its slightly dif...
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