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POLL: Which Workbench Veterans Do You Miss the Most?


250 votes were cast by total voters.


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2bit elroy Supporting Member of TMP writes:

I thought the original last painter standing was the most exciting time for TMP. Really, its never been the same since then for me.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Panzerfaust
51
20%
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Mike Frang
14
6%
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James Marshall
14
6%
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Alamo36t
27
11%
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Gary Leitzell
10
4%
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Kevin Crider
27
11%
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Dave Woodward
40
16%
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Ramiro Peira
20
8%
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Thomas Reipe
29
12%
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Lee Olson
18
7%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Here is a list of Workbench authors whose work has not been seen at TMP in the last year. Which would you most like to see return to these pages? (You can vote for up to five.)

Panzerfaust

Personal logo Panzerfaust Supporting Member of TMP showed how to build 15mm scale buildings with Sculpey (1999).

Ruined roof
Mike Frang

Mike Frang brought us a technique for chip-less plastic figures (2001).

Tested figures
James Marshall

James Marshall demonstrated how to paint and base 2mm sci-fi vehicles (2001).

2mm vehicles
Alamo36t

Alamo36t showed us how to paint 10mm scale ACW figures (2002) and how to make an Afghan village (2003).

10mm ACW
Gary Leitzell

Gary Leitzell painted a pair of 15mm scale Dwarven characters (2002).

15mm Dwarven leader
Kevin Crider

Kevin Crider showed us how to make our own miniature bricks (2002).

Miniature bricks
Dave Woodward

Dave Woodward painted an Early-War Soviet Command in 25mm scale (2003).

Soviet command group
Ramiro Peira

Ramiro Peira painted a pair of Simian Senators (2003).

Simian Senator
Thomas Reipe

Thomas Reipe scratchbuilt a light cruiser (2003).

Light cruiser
Lee Olson

Lee Olson painted the Simian Caesar for TMP (2003).

Simian Caesar