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  1. Hopefully an easy question regarding NMM. I hear a lot of talk about doing NMM vs. TMM but my question is, what are the advantages of NMM over TMM? I know that typically, NMM will likely take a bit longer than TMM (unless I am just misinformed) but the main advantage that jumps out at me is that NMM are better on your brushes, which I suppose could mean that you can use better brushes with it, which in turn may yield a better result. I'm guessing there's more to it than that though so I am curious as to what everyone's thoughts on it were. Are they simply that much better once you get the hang
  2. In the house Figmentius Common Room Thread, I started a daily posting called the Daily Mini, where I would find a mini posted for display on the web, post it, and we would discuss how it was painted/sculpted. It was a well received set of posts but too hidden in that thread. After much discussion, we decided that it is something that people valued, and we should move it to Tips & Advice. We are also changing it from a daily post to a weekly post, to allow us more time to discuss techniques and for more people to join in on each mini shown. The point of this post is NOT as another Sh
  3. Hiya, folks! Okay, so in response to questions about some of the arcane magicks I've deployed in my Work In Progress threads I'm going to try and narrow down and illustrate a few things and see if they might be helpful to other people. With the rise in popularity of layering techniques, drybrushing was largely relegated to the status of primitive technique. While not suitable for every case, I believe drybrushing is still an essential tool in any painter's arsenal. So what I'm going to try to do in this thread is explain the fundamentals and then give some examples to show that like any te
  4. People who exist outside the world of our hobby (poor sods) are unaware that the painting of miniatures has been elevated to the level of high art. How many of us have non-gamer/painter friends who frantically attempt to change the subject when we begin talking about sculpts, colours and techniques? My family tends to just nod their heads, pretending to listen, whilst I prattle on. If only I could get them to view the work of Masters. Then, perhaps, they could understand what I'm on about. Here are three examples of works by Master Painters that inspire me and humble me as a painter.
  5. I'm getting ready to paint #50118 Oktoberfest Fraulein and I want to do the sheer effect on white stockings. Can anyone direct me to a tutorial on how to do this? I found video's for painting black sheer stockings, but none on how to paint white sheer stockings. Thank you.
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