The Gallery's got a bit of meat in it...

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4 years 4 months ago #66 by Moonglum
If you haven't yet looked at the GALLERY tab above, take a look, as a good number of photos have now been added. To start out we've used photos mostly from the online catalogue, but there are also some photos in there of figures taken from the display cases at Iron Wind Metals. If you'd like to add photos to the GALLERY, go to the lower right hand side of the page under USERS MENU and click on SUBMIT A GALLERY IMAGE. Those downloads will be checked regularly and we'll put them in the appropriate folder. If it doesn't seem like there's a suitable folder, we can always create a new one, so don't let that keep you from posting. We've added a Personalities and Things that Go Bump in the Night folder for those items that are classic Partha, but haven't yet been added to the Chaos Wars line with the Kickstarter, and we can add more folders as well. The main thing is to display what you've been painting!

Also, we've just opened up a new topic called Bring Out Your Partha, where you can showcase your miniatures if you'd like to explain something about then and receive comments from your fellow painters. So check them both out, put your miniatures in one or both, we really want to see what you've got out there!

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4 years 4 months ago #153 by Moonglum
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So threw a few more pictures into the gallery, this time under Personalities and Things that Go Bump in the Night. None of them are currently for sale, but may become perhaps in the future, classic Tom Meier sculpts.

If you have any images you'd like to share in the gallery, go down to the USER MENU and SUBMIT A GALLERY IMAGE. I usually look in there every day or two, if I see something new in there I'll stick to where I think it should go. We can always create a new folder if you've got some Partha piece you'd like there that just doesn't have an appropriate folder.

Share your stuff and keep posting!

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3 years 7 months ago #1129 by Moonglum
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So the Gallery has been out there for quite a while, and it's been growing larger little by little. I'd like to particularly thanks Jonathan Tilbury for submitting a very nice image of a Sea Dragon!

For all those who have been painting Partha figures and would like to add more images to the Gallery, please feel free to submit them! Instructions are below!

Thanks!
Mark

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3 years 6 months ago - 3 years 6 months ago #1208 by Moonglum
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Good morning everybody!

We're got some more photos in the gallery! We've got a number of new photos from Robert Dean and Emrys Daniels, go out to the gallery and have a look.

We've also expanded the folders there, including a few new ones for those who love classic figures! There is now a new folder called Royal Armies of the Hyborean Age (classic Dennis Mize) and Wizards, Warriors and Warlocks! Have a look and if you have some painted figures you'd like to add to those or any of the folders, just submit them in the gallery.

One thing I will mention is that I do edit them a tad to make them generally a bit smaller (I'm trying to keep them around 500 x 500). So if you do submit a picture and it shows up on the gallery a bit cropped, please don't be alarmed or offended. I just want that the miniature is the focus of the photo and that it's not too big for gallery enjoyers to move easily from one photo to another.

Thanks again guys!
Mark
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