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Ghools’ Painting Tips – How to Paint Object Source Light

Ghools’ Painting Tips – How to Paint Object Source Light

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A Beginner’s Guide to Heat and Light part 2 – Fire and OSL

A few months ago, I found myself in my kitchen, in the dark, in the middle of the night, with a blue oven mitt, a spoon, and a lit match who’s flame was creeping ever closer to my fingers. Just recently I found myself in a remarkably similar situation, but with the other hand trying

A Beginner’s Guide to Heat and Light part 1 – Fire

Ever since Prometheus stole it from the gods, mankind has loved fire… And for as long as beginner painters have tried to paint it, we’ve thrown up our hands in despair. In part this is because the translucent, light shedding flickering nature of flame does not lend itself to an opaque, static, piece of immobile

Tutorial: Advanced – Object-Source Lighting

One of the most eye-catching effects in miniature painting is source lighting, where a glowing object casts light on the rest of the miniature. Especially in the fantasy and science-fiction genres, it’s a great way to show that a sword is imbued with magical energy, or a plasma cannon is charged and ready to fire.

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