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Another video in the ‘How to Paint a Colour’ series. I demonstrate how to paint a cream, or ivory white, and discuss several colours that can be used for shading white. Fast forward to the last 3 minutes of the video for the finished model and alternate shades discussion.
This quick tip continues on concepts covered in Quick Tips #13 and #14, Non-Metallic Metals. Since those videos both cover the core concepts for NMM, this one is a bit shorter. In this particular video, I go over Non-Metallic Gold. A simple switch of colours can provide the painter with brass, bronze, copper, or a…
This particular video covers methods for painting silver, steel or iron using metallic paints. Basic techniques as well as those discussed in the previous non-metallic metal videos are used in this video. If you find some concepts unfamiliar, I suggest giving the NMM videos a watch first.
This video runs just over 20 minutes, which is long for a quick tip. I go over the lighting nuances when painting a reflective and curved metal surface.
This video covers some basic, and quick techniques for NMM, or Non-matellic metal. In this video of the series I paint up a gun blue metal armour plate.
In this video I show you how to paint a simple 3 colour tartan pattern. It’s on the same Son of Bragg (not sure which one) you’ve all seen in several videos so far. Next week’s videos should finish him off.
A quick 5 minute tip on how to paint convincing beard stubble, or 5 o’clock shadow.
This video pretty much covers just painting the eyes, and eyebrows.