I've been throwing around the idea of doing a video segment similar to Dave's "Ask a Wargamer" that's specifically about the painting and modelling aspect of the hobby, tentatively called "Ask a Warpainter" because I'm feeling very uncreative at this moment.
Here's the conundrum... I need painting/modelling related questions! So on that note, Ask me something! Be as specific or as vague as you want to be.
There's no guarantee I'll answer each question that comes up, or answer your question *exactly* as you worded it - I may tweak them a little to make advise I give more generally useful etc.
Oh and please, don't ask *really* specific things like "How do I paint an Ultramarines Terminator Librarian?" - that's a complete tutorial in itself and kind of beyond the scope of this video
Joined: Wed Feb 18, 2009 4:27 pm Posts: 8330 Location: Deseronto, On, Canada
well I dunno if this is a painting question, but a good cheap way to clean brushes?
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Joined: Tue Dec 15, 2009 6:22 am Posts: 2992 Location: Philadelphia, PA
So is this going to be a one time video or a compilation over a series of weeks/months? Just curious...
What brush strokes are used when feathering? Basically how the brush is laid against the mini once the paint is applied and the brush is cleaned off. I have never found any pics or tutoriols that give a good view of the actual strokes used to 'feather' the colors together.
How to do simple battle damage using washes and stippling? I feel this is a very easy thing to do but it seems a lot of people don't realize how easy it really is!
How to use a color wheel and apply it to a miniature?