anonymous asked:

Hey F, do you ever have trouble finding September?

Oh yes. Since he is so small and likes to explore, and with him looking for a container to build his house in recently, it can be challenging to keep track of him.

These are just some of the places I found him in:

Under the couch pillow.

Between my magazines.

In my Ikea drawers.

Among my gardening utensils.

In my bathroom cabinet.

In my tupperware containers.

In my baking utensils.

In my jewelry drawer.

In my shoe rack.

Under my TV unit.

In my newspapers.

Wedged between my mattress and the bedframe.

He can be a handful…

anonymous asked:

I've always been curious of where people find minis for their games- is there a post with a guide to getting started with miniatures? I've usually gone without in the past.

Hi Anon,

For the longest time I was getting by with chess pieces, cut outs and candy but now my most used minis came from the following sources.

Board Games

The Legend of Drizzt, Castle Ravenloft and Descent provided me with some nice varied minis, heroes and villains. The Heroes probably won’t fit the PC’s your group makes so keep them for villains and NPC’s. The minis are good, but not great though rank and file enemies don’t have to be. I used Imperial Assault minis for Star Wars and the quality was great! The board games can be expensive though but the tiles you get can serve to build out your map.

War Games

I had some old skeletons and zombies from the beginnings of an undead Warhammer army. You can usually pick up a regiment at an okay price and there are some decent character options. Warhammer, Malifaux and Hordes are all War game options but they can put a serious dent in the wallet. Their LotR Orcs are a better option than the Warhammer ones.

Single or Multiple Blister Packs

When I needed specific race class combinations for my PCs I went to the reaper minis website and found what I was looking for mostly. I picked up some bones (cheaper, plastic) and some metal ones. Some races are harder to find the right minis for, Tieflings and Dragonborn for example. Reaper are not the one option out there, Redbox (though I ordered a wizard from here and the scale was off a bit), Otherworld, Dark Sword, Gale Force Nine, and the one I am currently looking through is Oathsworn Miniatures who have a series called Heroines in Sensible Shoes which are female minis dressed in more realistic adventurer gear, meaning no boob windows or high heels, they also have some cute animal adventurers for their Burrows and Badgers game too. I have stuck pretty close to Reaper, most minis are a couple of bucks and there are some nice sculpts. Wizkids Unpainted Minis are pretty decent too, they usually come in two packs and the heroic figures sometimes come in a lower level look and a more tricked out version.


At Heroforge you can custom design your own miniature with a variety of options and print it out in several materials. Don’t bother with the cheaper option, you will get a mess. I plan on getting a Tiefling made through here, they have Sci-Fi, Modern, Western and more options and add poses, accessories and gear from time to time. I have not purchased a Heroforge mini yet, the info above comes from reviews I have read and impressions from ones I have seen.


Matt Colville, because he is a river unto his people, made a video on minis a while back, it is through him I found out about Otherworld and Gale Force Nine, he covers the topic in depth so here is a LINK he also has one on terrain LINK


There are plenty of tutorials online though none beat watching someone work and for that I recommend Sorastro’s Painting guides, in particular I found his Zombicide: Black Plague videos a good way to see the difference in approaching a hero or boss mini versus rank and file enemies. Here is a LINK

Good luck!

anonymous asked:

Do september know about Sans and Papyrus in undertale ? By the way he's very cute

Yes, he knows them. Many people compare September to the Undertale skeletons, or want to show him Undertale posts.

He finds the dress in this post very pretty.

But he’s more of a Papyrus fan. 

So I gave the baker in the house a picture of Grenadier’s 1984 white dragon miniature and its box art, and now it exists in cake form.

(White because it’s an appropriate challenge for the party’s level in today’s adventure, and because the cake maker pointed out it would take a scary amount of red dye to make red frosting red.)

I’m highkey emotional after jaehyun and taeyong noticed me and @dabyeollie screaming at them during the end of the festival when everyone was leaving 😩😩😩😩 they saw us and gave us a wave like bless them 😣😣😣👌👌👌


Rejoice! ‘Tis the Loki of Spring here to bless you with his bushy beard and smol size!

bee-wrecker  asked:

I've recently started book binding and saw some ideas where there's journals that would be perfect for September, do you think they'd like them? Does September like to write since they like to paint

Do you mean perfect in size? I haven’t asked him about writing yet, but it’s possible that he would enjoy it. If you have a method of creating miniature journals, maybe you could share them in a way that can be reblogged?

Proof my Physics teacher is the best kind of teacher

He hid a piglet inside his shirt during class. She’s so young that she needs external body heat to keep warm, and has to be fed every couple of hours. 

No one suspected a thing until one of the students after class doubted that he had pigs. He even mentioned something moving and getting hungry inside his shirt, but we all thought it was just him being funny.

He hadn’t even named her yet, so when I asked him what her name was, he decided to name her Teacup.