If you are taking classes, most of the items needed for the class will be provided. If you want to do some painting in the main hall, then we suggest bringing your own supplies.
There is no communal paint stand for general use at the event, especially with the safety protocol in place at the event. Our Reaper Booth will be open during exhibitor hours selling paints and supplies if you need them. We do suggest bringing all materials you wish to enjoy the hobby as you see fit.
It’s important to remember that brushes are not provided for Reaper U classes. You’ll need to bring anything else that you think you’ll need for general painting or for any class if it isn't already provided.
For the classes on-site at ReaperCon 2023, the items will be provided for you for your class. It’s important to remember that brushes are not provided for Reaper U classes.
Yes! We are planning on having a costume contest on Friday, September 3rd. More details will be coming out about this in the coming weeks! We encourage everyone to dress in their best pirate regalia!
The Exhibitor area will have about the same amount of vendors in the same amount of vendor space as previous years.
Right now we’re offering fewer Reaper U classes than in previous years, but we are still accepting new class submissions.
Yes! Bigger and better!
Unfortunately no escape room this year, but it is on the list for next year! But in its place, we will have an epic scavenger hunt that will be filled with puzzles and lore. Kind of like a hotel-wide escape room!
Yes we will have a UPS station at the Reaper Booth that will be able to ship stuff for you for a discounted shipping rate.
There are many things to do around Denton texas. The Denton square has a lot to offer, tours of the reaper facility are still fascinating to the non-hobby enthusiast, arcade game cabinets to play in the main hall, vendors of all types, hanging out around the pool playing outside lawn games, & Rental board games to play with others and make friends! Please check out www.discoverdenton.com and Andy B's is next door to the convention center with games, laser tag, and Bowling
The Universities ballroom is the main hub of activity with everything branching off from there. Classes are in their own individual rooms on the first floor and second floor of the hotel convention center. Gaming tables are located throughout the foyer of the ballrooms.
We've heard people check-in two suitcases, one with clothes and painting supplies and the other suitcase is empty for them to add all the stuff to take home! Although now you can choose the UPS shipping service* at the Reaper Booth for this. *shipping fees do apply. Another big tip for first-time ReaperCon attendees is that you don't take too many classes (we recommend no more than 6-8). Take some time to socialize and do other events around the convention hall. If not, you may really miss out on all things fun at ReaperCon! ….and don’t forget to bring your paint brushes!
There are many secrets around ReaperCon, this year with the scavenger hunt there will be plenty more. One of the most fun things during the con is the ReaperCon badge ribbons. Participating in different ReaperCon events earns you special ribbons to stick to your badge. However, many guests and attendees bring their own special ribbons to award to other attendees. Most of them have secret ways of earning them. It’s a coveted position to have the longest chain of ribbons at the end of ReaperCon!
ReaperBucks are a special kind of currency that can only be earned and used at ReaperCon. You earn Reaper Bucks by doing various things around the convention such as hobby hi-jinks, classes, & entering something into the MSP Open, just to name a few. Yes,we will have the Brinewind Store, think of it as an arcade ticket shop! With a range of all types of items that you can spend your Reaper Bucks on. Finally you can use your ReaperBucks at our Sunday Auction!
Tours will most likely still have those familiar handful of features as well as some other goodies! There will still be tours this year, but they will be limited to Bus seats and Tickets for that time slot. You will go to registration and receive a ticket for the tour, this is first come first serve, so once all the tickets are gone there are no more slots for that tour.
Yes there are plans to have multiple food trucks on the west side hotel entrance! In addition, there are a few dining locations within walking distance of the hotel convention center.
Yes we plan to have shuttles running from the satellite hotels to the main convention hall. As well as shuttles to and from the Airport. We will post more details on how to acquire airport transfers to/from the convention center soon.
There is a good forum post detailing a lot of helpful information found here. You can paint something at the event if you wish, just keep in mind the deadlines for submissions. I would head on over to the rules of the MSP Open here: https://reapercon.com/contestrules
Please contact the MSP open team and ask for permission to enter such a piece before entering.
VIP bundles will be picked up at the registration desk on-site at ReaperCon 2023.
Vaccine documentation is not needed to attend ReaperCon.
To purchase your ticket to ReaperCon, click this link to register at Tabletop Events.
We are taking submissions for classes, panels, and events right now for the online portion of ReaperCon 2023. There will be a slew of content on the Reaper Twitch channel all weekend including MSP Open Award Ceremony and the costume contest!
We will produce as many as we need for the event, and any leftover VIP models will be on sale while supplies last. They will not be for sale after ReaperCon. However, Hotel Minis will eventually be for sale on www.reapermini.com
SwagBoxes aren't yet available for pre-order, but when they are, you will be able to find them here: https://www.reapermini.com/search/reapercon2023
Most of the models will be available for purchase on-site and online during ReaperCon unless they are exclusive or have a limited supply.