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Ghools’ Painting Tips – Basic Paint Consistency

Ghools’ Painting Tips – Basic Paint Consistency

Becoming a Patron not only helps maintain the channel and keeps it ad-free. But you can win painted models as well. It’s only a buck a month and there’s tons of videos, articles, resources, and more. www.patreon.com/Ghool This video is a clip taken from my Patron-only video series, ‘At the Painting Desk.’ These are longer,

Ghools’ Painting Tips – How to Paint a Colour: White

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.  

Ghools’ Painting Tips – Two-Brush Blending

This is something most painters struggle with – how thick does your paint need to be when two brush blending? From all of the discussions I’ve had over the years, painters usually thin the paint too much. So, here I’ve gone in close to show you exactly how thick your paint needs to be. It’s

Misadventures in Two Brush Blending

If you are interested in reading my ramblings expand the section below.  There is also a quick video at the end if you prefer not to read at all. [collapse id=”collapse_99″][citem title=”My Ramblings” id=”citem_86″ parent=”collapse_99″] After visiting Privateer Press’s Lock & Load convention and attending a few of their painting classes I began to be

Tutorial: Basics – Smooth it Over: Two-Brush Blending

This is another article in my series of miniature painting basics. In this article, I’ll be covering one of the best techniques for painting your models quickly, and to a very high standard; Two-Brush Blending! A lot of people struggle with this technique, as it’s much easier to learn by observation. Certainly the best way

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