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    I enjoy motorcycles, video gaming, outdoors, guns, coaching, painting, drawing, pipe crafting, warhammer, DnD, Magic the Gathering, wood working, and Reaper minis.

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  1. Jeepnewbie

    Kristo65's 3d printed ruins

    Looks awesome!
  2. Jeepnewbie

    Great Mother Mashaaf

    Started this figure over a year ago and decided it needs to be finished. I didn’t like the green I first choose, it was to bright.
  3. Here is a picture of the dropper bulb. Put a bit of thinner and paint in and give a squeeze a few times to draw both in and push back out. Another way is in this YouTube video. https://youtu.be/HOFhcfauPhA
  4. It looks like a double action brush. Bring the air pressure down a wee bit. Are you adding thinner to the mixture when putting it in the bowl? I recently tried a different thinner than the norm and it acted entirely different. Do you have a suction bulb? There is a few out there that use them to mix paint and thinner right in the bowl.
  5. Jeepnewbie

    The Campaign

    I never posted this picture. I completed the entire party.
  6. Good to hear, well except the freckle.
  7. Sure thing did y’all get it going?
  8. Good if not looks like no air pressure in the regulator. Pull that knob above the red ring and twist it left I believe to open the airflow to about 20 PSI Or what works for your brush. It doesn't need a lot. On the opposite side of your regulator that wire that is screwed in is your pressure shut off switch. Turns the thing off at 50+ PSI to prevent damage to it.
  9. The plastic part on the bottom of the regulator is you condensation catcher. You can push up that metal valve and see if air blows out of it. Can you get a close up of the regulator gauge? Everything looks correct from a distance
  10. Got a picture of the compressor and the set up? Does it have a tank on it and a regulator? The regulator could be turned down all the way. You would pull up on the adjust or and turn it some to allow the airflow. Edited out some.
  11. Jeepnewbie

    Starting off the new year

    Fired up the compressor and did some priming Tuesday to start off the new year. Hopefully I can get these done fairly quickly. That’s my New Years resolution “paint faster”.
  12. Jeepnewbie

    Warhammer 40K - Ork gretchin

    Awesome!
  13. Jeepnewbie

    Arthur Wanderhat, Wizard: 02905

    Awesome!
  14. Jeepnewbie

    New to painting - Painting Bones and Nolzur's Minis

    I have no experience trying that. You could test it out on a spare base or small spot on a painted mini.
  15. Jeepnewbie

    Sir Conlan

    Finished our latest party member. The player really liked the way he looked when I was working on it.
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