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lee6787 (Over a year ago): - delete
Love your show Kris and the red brushes came first. A citadel red starter brush was the first brush I ever owned.
BlackStone (Over a year ago): - delete
Need weight, hardware store, get washers .99$ a pound.
Kabal458 (Over a year ago): - delete
The red citadel ones came first - i still have one myself which i use for drybrushing
dabigun (Over a year ago): - delete
the fourth one is glazing
Alienerd (Over a year ago): - delete
Hey Kris, I was wondering how you've secured your Armorcast Phantom Titan to its base. I was thinking about putting screws up through a base into its feet/ legs, but before I try anything I wondered how you've done yours. Thanks
Instinctual (Over a year ago): - delete
I'm not so sure lead is a problem as a base weight. I've used them many times and simply cover them in a thin sheen of super glue to both attach them to the base and to smooth everything out
BoscoGotMilk (Over a year ago): - delete
I only started wargaming only less then a year ago but i started when my uncle showed me Alien, when i saw that i saw the entire series up AVP, then when i went to blockbuster i found AVP extinction. Back when i was little on ps2 an RTS, and then i fell in love with sci fi games, then got sucked into computer games i ran across Dawn of war a cool new Sci Fi RTS and it was amazing and when dawn of war2 came out i brought it out DOW then started playing it again some more and after a while i noticed some pictures of models and thought they were so great and i found a new hobby. So now ive got a Grey knight army working on a hordes Skorne army and all thanks to Alien. Also Thanks for the help with the mudding effect's i plan to put in the atepms and will try to put the results on the forums
Slayer82 (Over a year ago): - delete
First off, alcohol may be influencing my comment, but I will try to keep it clean and professional. Using lead sinkers is a horrible idea because you could subject someone else or yourself to lead poisoning. Second, Kris, you keep you nails phenomenally short. Extra points for professionalism. You rock, keep up the incredible work.
machomouse (Over a year ago): - delete
it was the red one
xzandrate (Over a year ago): - delete
Another useful base weight is lead sinkers. They are especially useful on slotted bases. The lead sinkers open and close and split fairly easy and can be worked into the slotted bases
jsheehy (Over a year ago): - delete
Is the fourth thing airbrushing?
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Oh the ramblings...
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