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    Painting, teaching, dungeoneering, hearing more stories about Bryan and Buglips.

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  1. You have probably already gotten your answer. But maybe I can add to it. Greg and Justin are not only amazing artists but also very experienced instructors. You really cant go wrong with either of those 2 powerhouses. Im honored to be mentioned in their company, but for my own weathering class, I cover a wide base of techniques. I like to show multiple ways of doing things. That way people come away with various new tools in the toolbox. My handout covers about 75% of what we will do in class, but here is the beauty of RVE. The classes are recorded and therefore you can take all 3 if you chose to. Bottomline, I have received many praises for my teaching style and use of class time, but that said, I have been a fan of both Justin and Greg for a long time. Hope you learn great new stuff and enjoy the virtual Con.
  2. Thats awesome, I will PM my address Send me a PM with your address. Thanks for letting me in.
  3. Well dang it, I missed it again... maybe BOGW11
  4. Not yet... open for suggestions. Our game room is in the basement and we call it "the dungeon". This room is on the second floor so maybe "the tower" or maybe "Isengard" (hes taken the minis to Isengard)
  5. @ManvsMini I did finally watch it end to end. Not bad, not in my favorites either, but parts of it were decent enough to keep me watching it.
  6. James Wappel has a ton of excellent videos on ordinance. He did some just before Reapercon. I will try to find a link for you.
  7. @ManvsMini I may just watch it now. Lol. I have started that movie at least 6 times, but never watched it. Lol
  8. Yep, that was exactly the state I was in. Watching is a strong term, but yes, it was playing in the background.
  9. At the end of Sunday night, it was done.... love it. I think I need a name for it... haha. Hope you like my journal about this transition. Took less than a week.
  10. So. At the start of Reapercon live 2020, my hobby room was a semi organized space, that wasn't really planned out. I also had not taught online so I had to create an area to do that. This meant shuffling things around to clear up space for a PC, cameras, class supplies etc. Post Reapercon I was left with a huge mess, as more shuffling occurred to not only teach, but to take a few courses. Here are a few shots of my space on the last day of Reapercon... So... one of my sons had moved out in mid 2019... he had left his room like this. I called it his long term storage Thus began a journey to make a space that would be better suited for painting, sculpting, teaching and storing the hoard that is my backlog. First few days were just getting his stuff out and repainting the room. Then, my wife helped me with refinishing the floor Then Saturday, I started moving every thing up to the new space... Lots of stuff
  11. What new things did I learn. A lot actually, but briefly Some basic sculpting knowledge from Talespinners class that I cant wait to try more of. A different approach to Blending from Ian Markon that will help my blends look smoother Some really valuable techniques concerning skin tones from Corporea. Shading TMM from Michael Proctor But most of all, how to teach virtually. It's a different skillset than in person teaching. I increased my blending skills. My technology skills, and to some extent social skills. Would I do this again. ABSOLUTELY
  12. I may do a google hangout at some point to do something like this. Don't really know.much about twitch
  13. Apologies everyone, I don't get on these forums much anymore. I noticed several people were looking for me here. Did everyone get what they needed?
  14. Can't wait to see the finished work. Its going to be great!!
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