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I'm going to try again here, and just leave a link to my channel.
I have almost 100 videos at this point, and have covered a lot of stuff. Production is improving with each video. I'm a one man operation whom started filming about a year ago.
So, you will realize very quickly that the newer videos are much clearer, more in-camera, and concise. Patrons are 3 weeks ahead of the regular release schedule.
I release a new video every week.
So people have been talking about airbrushing again, and since being on the hangout, I was wondering if anyone would be interested in a live tutorial?
I did some research with the help of the First Lady Thing & and the Forum Mascot, and it seems that the noise levels of needed equipment is low enough to not bother my household, or overpower the audio of the hangouts. (I can airbrush inside due to my airbrush station...)
If people were interested, I would try to schedule it for a Friday or Saturday night, around 9pm EST.
I would start with the basics, this is an airbrush, these are the parts of an airbrush.
This is how I mix paint
How I spray the paint
How I control the spray of paint
HOW I CLEAN THE AIRBRUSH
Etc etc etc
I think that people might be less intimidated by airbrushes if they could see something done live, and be able to ask questions. ..
Disclaimer! I am NOT an expert, but would be more than willing to impart my meager knowledge...
Maybe some experts could show us things as well. ..
So chime in if you are interested!
Link for class, 7/1/2016:
Class is over for 6/24/2016
Class is over for 7/1/2016 People are still hanging out as of 11pm est..... ***Wondering If anyone would be interested in my reprising this?***
What could be a more essential wargaming terrain piece than the common hill? No matter what period, no matter what setting, hills will be featured. They add visual interest and tactical complexity to any gaming surface, may it be modular boards, gaming mats or just a green table-cloth.
They may be an essential piece of gaming terrain, but making naturalistic looking hills that not only allow easy placement of models, but also easy placement and removal of trees or other terrain features, can be a challenge.
In this post I show you my take on such hills and try to solve some of the problems one may encounter by using the fantabulous power of magnets *gasp*! Obviously this tutorial can also be used for terrain boards.
Over hill and lofty mountain â€“ how to make magnetised wargaming hills
Anybody have any tips, or know of any good tutorials for painting gems? I have a lot of figures with little gems on them and I'm just not sure how to get the gems to really stand out. The small surface area of the gems in particular makes it difficult for me. (Being a noob doesn't help, but figured a good tut might at least get me trying the right way!)
As always, thanks in advance for any assistance!
Bob in the role as Tim The Enchanter.
I saw parts of the movies, seeing Bob throwing fire around and knew I need a Fireball for him. :-)
Small Fireball Tutorial:
01. Get a ~0,65mm needle and glue a small plastic bead on it. Some have balls at the end.
02. For the fire around the needle and the ball I used a small hotgluegun trying not to get a to smoothed surface.
03. After the hotglue was cold I tried with the hot a more uneaven surface on the hotglue, again.
04. I drilled a 0,65mm hole in the hand. (better use a hand drilling tool, not a machine!)
05. Bended the needle a little bit
06. used 2-epoxy-glue to glue it in the hand
07. to make it sure it does not change the position I put the fireball on something.
08. painted it white
09. painted it yellow
10. painted it orange
11. painted it red while orange is wet
12. painted it black on the jet near the hand while orange and red are wet
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