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    Anyone familiar with Rackham/Confrontation?



    I know b0ne has done some fanart on his site, but I am wondering if there is anyone out there with knowledge of the game and miniatures painting (of any sort, Warhammer, Void, Confrontation or any other) that would be willing to help me judge a miniatures contest for the game. I am looking for four people with knowledge in this area. I cannot offer much to help out, I would definitely add any links or banners to the website for the contest (it is for a rather large YahooGroup, consisting of over 1500 members) and throw in either a PayPal payment of $8 or a blister of Confrontation miniatures as payment. I am paying for all of the prizes and everything (I inherited the YahooGroup from the previous owner), but I cannot expect help for nothing. All I ask is that you agree to be impartial and honest in your appraisal of the miniatures painted.

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    I know a lot about miniature painting, having entered competitions before.
    I'd love to help judge the contest. If you could PM me, bat, with some more information about it?
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    Thank you, Skink, PM sent.
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    I am going to toss a little bump in here.
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    Hey Bat,

    I'd be willing, if you don't mind someone short on credentials but long on interest... I actually have the "space farer" booklet, that was most likely "unofficially" the first version of warhammer 40k. The Rackham mini's are just beautiful. Maybe you'd like to see some of my ral-partha mini's? (old.. old, old). Feel free to PM or just post a reply with more info if you still need help.

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