I painted my F-111 Winged Boar bronze as a gift for a friend over the Christmas break. There are several bronze paints available but as the shops were shut I decided to give it a go with the paints
Published on 01-05-2003 02:47 AM
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PAINTING LIGHTING EFFECTS
I have had a few requests to share my method of how I achieved the lighting effects on my Fire Dragon Exarch and The Rescue of Sister Joan. I am grateful for the feedback but have avoided the question because the technique is still quite experimental. I do not actually yet have a set in stone method
Hello folks! I would like to share with you a way of building a simple yet effective palette I invented/discovered this summer, in order to make paint last longer and save valuable time and money when it's really hot.
Note1: This was created specifically to deal with HEAT (more than 80F / 26C) and LOW AIR MOISTURE. As of today, march 13, it's the end of the summer and it's still... read more
Here follows a very quick tutorial about my latest creation: a Chaos Space Marine in so called art scale (or true scale). For those of you out there not really familiar with the term, art (or true) scale actually means that all body proportions are strictly ruled by scale (i.e. if something is half a meter long in real life, with a 1:10 scale it will be something... read more
Been a hack sculptor for a long time, and then decided that before my eyes give out totally, I'm going to get back into it! As I enjoy sculpting as much as I like watching TV - I realized that a workstation lap-pad was what I needed.
I had picked up some woodworking skills through the years, and went down to... read more
Flock is always a great (necessary, some might say!) addition to any miniature model basing. It's a quick way to bring three-dimensional texture and life to a more-or-less 2-D surface. Usually, our choices are limited to green, dark green, brown, etc; and maybe some static-cling grass fibers, or sand and pebbles, or whatever. What's left out? Flowers,... read more