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    Another video in the series in which I cover various methods for painting faster. This particular method works well for models that have a majority of the model in a single colour, and if you don't want to sacrifice quality for speed.

    This just allows the painter to remove a few steps and still end up with a high quality result.



    Base - Vallejo Surface Primer: German Red Brown
    Highlight 1 - Skorne Red
    Highlight 2 - Khador Red Base
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    A quick and easy solution for when you need some aged, and/or dead wood/trees.
    The method is about the same for both, with trees requiring a final highlight over just planks of wood.



    All paints are Formula P3 by Privateer Press unless stated otherwise.

    Base - 50/50 Bastion Grey + Gun Corps Brown
    Bark/Rings/Pattern - Trollblood Highlight
    Shade 1 - Citadel Agrax Earthshade
    Shade 2 - Wash of Cryx Bane Base

    Final re-take of bark lines with trees using Trollblood Highlight.
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    Awesome tips thank you for posting!

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    If you haven't heard of Gaslands yet, I suggest checking it out. Especially if you're an old Car Wars fan, or liked any of the Mad Max films.
    https://gaslands.com/

    This is the first installment in my 'Gaslands Journey', in which I will show you several basic steps to start playing Gaslands with little or no hobby knowledge. For more experienced hobbyists, there might be something to learn in this series for you too.

    In this video, I show you the easiest and cheapest way to take apart your cars. This method requires a metal body on the car, and a plastic bottom. If it's any other combination of materials, this won't work properly.

    I will continue the series and show painters how to mod their cars, what to use, how to paint them and more.

    You can watch my videos on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/MiniGhool/playlists
    And you can also support me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/Ghool

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    Keep up the good work!

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    I haven't posted in a while, so here's the past few week's worth of videos.



    You can watch my videos on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/MiniGhool/playlists
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    A comprehensive guide to using, choosing, setting up, cleaning, and maintaining a wet palette.
    I go over the 'Masterson's Sta-Wet', and the Everlasting Wet Palette, and show you how to make your own.
    If you've ever wanted to try using a wet palette, need to learn how to set one up, or just want a guide to maintenance, then watch this video!

    Masterson's:
    https://www.amazon.com/Sta-Wet-Palet.../dp/B000C18GTE

    Everlasting:
    https://www.redgrassgames.com/everlasting-wet-palette/

    You can also switch the clamshell package on a home made palette for some sort of flat container with a lid. Food containers and cookie tubs work great.

    You can watch my videos on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/MiniGhool/playlists
    And you can also support me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/Ghool

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