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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.

 

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Quick Tip #58 - Basing: Frost, Snow, and Ice Another quick tip on basing, this time with some snow and ice! I complete Fyanna, Torment of Everblight's base in this video with some frosty ice, and

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 o

I use Reaper Tanned Skin Triad and mix it with a little Reaper Cinnamon Red.   http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/73699-achik-aztec-warrior-princess-by-xherman1964/#comment-1526251

58 minutes ago, Baldur8762 said:

Ghool you have been the best source for information for me! I have learned so much from your channel so thank you! I hope that I can even get to half the talent you have.

 

Heh, I'll settle for a tenth!  :)  That said, I do think he has definitely helped me get better.

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1 hour ago, Pineapple said:

Very cool, I have some Aztec warriors I need to paint up as soon as they arrive, so I'm about to watch your Native American skin one.

 

That's one I should re-shoot with some better models. I need to get some near-nude models for the flesh tutorials methinks.

Seems the best way to demonstrate.

 

Anyways, don't go into it with high expectations. :ph34r:

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I brought this up in the Patreon comments, but I think doing something not-Warmahordes would be amazing. For example, do some promotion along with Hasslefree and teach skin colors and variation on a naked dude and dudette. I think that would be a little more interesting from the "theory" POV, but I don't know if it would help with the more "wargamming" crowd, so... pros and cons. 

 

Perhaps also show how nice and quick results can also be achieved for those armies with a lot of flesh... stuff like sketching or zenital priming + washing.

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4 hours ago, Willen said:

I brought this up in the Patreon comments, but I think doing something not-Warmahordes would be amazing. For example, do some promotion along with Hasslefree and teach skin colors and variation on a naked dude and dudette. I think that would be a little more interesting from the "theory" POV, but I don't know if it would help with the more "wargamming" crowd, so... pros and cons. 

 

Perhaps also show how nice and quick results can also be achieved for those armies with a lot of flesh... stuff like sketching or zenital priming + washing.

 

I'm waiting for my Massive Darkness pledge to arrive so I can demo zenithal priming and 'juicing' the model a la Thomas David.

It's a great method for getting quick and yet high quality results.

I did a written article 6 years ago Here.

I have a naked man and woman coming from Uncle Mike soon, which will feature in some flesh and hair videos.

 

As for wider variety of models featured? Already taken care of. :B):

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Honestly, I looked at your Patreon because I was amazed at your early HandCannon Online posts and an old video series about 2BB. I am really happy about the content so far, keep it up.

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10 minutes ago, Willen said:

Honestly, I looked at your Patreon because I was amazed at your early HandCannon Online posts and an old video series about 2BB. I am really happy about the content so far, keep it up.

 

I'm making some changes and improvements for Patrons. Go take a look.

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On 5/5/2017 at 0:31 AM, Ghool said:

 

That's one I should re-shoot with some better models. I need to get some near-nude models for the flesh tutorials methinks.

Seems the best way to demonstrate.

 

Anyways, don't go into it with high expectations. :ph34r:

It still gave me good ideas!

 

The Aztecs arrived yesterday as well. Unfortunately the company goofed the order a bit, so I have to work that out with them so that I get the right models. (And I've gotta finish this paper first anyway. Dang grad school...)

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