Started by Plu, January 31, 2019, 03:53:12 PM
Quote from: GrinningYMIR on January 31, 2019, 04:33:42 PMIve got a lot but I cureently have the Normandy SR-2 Cerberus in a fish tank. Plus where did you get the hammerhead? Iâ€™d love one of the kotor ones
Quote from: Munch on January 31, 2019, 08:09:11 PMtop of my wardrobe had figures and statues of my fav comic book and movie characters, I have like 7 wolverine ones, 3 of beast from x-men, a captain america one, one of marvels hercules, a kimhari statue from ffx, and a large Aragorn statue when lord of the rings movies were at their height.
Quote from: Plu on January 31, 2019, 05:42:01 PMThe Hammerhead is a model from the Star Wars: Armada tabletop wargame. You can buy them from Fantasy Flight if you really want one, but they're quite small and they're mounted on a special gaming-stand, so they're not ideal if you just want something pretty to look at.
Quote from: PickelledEggs on January 31, 2019, 09:55:37 PMI put together/paint/play warhammer 40k lol
QuoteI am not sure what counts. I have a Socrates and an Athena of Pireus bust (just the head, it's actually a full figure sculpture. From Athens), an epic Legolas figure (it was a gift), an amonite, a trilobite fossil (these two even have names) a 3 fish cluster fossil, a plastic witch head, a plastic pteronodon, a pumpkin (constant halloween) and a small model hand on my desk. Stones, sea shells...etc. Sand from Pacific Ocean. I lost a piece of Etna Mountain. Frozen lava. (Also a piece of Keops Pyramid after getting mad to the idiot who actually took it and brought to me 'But oh you love it' 25 years ago, because of what she did. Cleaning lady threw it away.) A Leonardo ornitophter which I haven't assembled yet. Anolog astronomy charts which was done for students in the dept of the univ 20 years ago. A 1000 puzzle of Verenose's, The Wedding at Kana. (I was never able to finish it, mom did it twice.) Mostly books on history of art, anthropology, philosophy...some books about paleontology, entomology, rocks, fossils... Periodicals. Folders of weird articles on specific insanities of old academics printed out from databases. Comic books. Vertigo and Calvin and Hobbes. Old Mad books (Dave Berg, Don Martin) and Charlie Browns printed in 60s. A little notebook collection which I also use. Simple stuff. From Moleskine to very old ones which are not sold any more. I have a soft spot for notebooks and stationary. Esp. pencils. A lot of useless junk from museums I have been to. And Norman the Skeptic. He fell and broke a part of his head, but still kicking. He is a smaller human skull replica, I befriended in 2013. He is from Portland. Some drawing books and drawing stuff. Pencils, crayons. An easel, it's actually mom's.
Quote from: Hydra009 on January 31, 2019, 10:40:02 PMWhoa lookit Mr. 70% marginal tax rate over here! [emoji14]