Report Recording of the Classes in ReaperCon Posted April 2, 2011 That, and for painting I know I usually have my lamps, two palettes, paper towels, water glasses, and paint spinners or caddies all around, not to mention all the demo items. I usually finagle like crazy just to get space for a large cup of coffee much less a giant thing taking up room that would get in the way of painting and demoing . If you're really wanting classes to improve, timmy65, look for painting DVDs that will teach you how to transition smoothly from one color to another (be it blending, layering, or whatever). Once you know how to physically get paint on the model everything else boils down to where to put the paint, and you could probably pick up almost all of what you want to know online or in existing DVDs made specifically for teaching. In other words, yes, it would be really super cool and awesome to put all ReaperCon classes on a disk, where you can see every brush stroke the painter makes and every gesture they give to the students. In reality, there's just no way that can happen, unless you happen to know a couple of multi-millionaires willing to part with gigantic sums of money for no return value at all .