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May 29, 2012 at 4:44 am
Hi Yugo, stumbled across your website via the Shellcase Alliance. Really great stuff- really got me motivated. I like this vlog/blog format as it gives me the viewer insights of a pro painter. I think I’m one of those guys that have hit the plateau so I’m venturing into airbrushing – scares the heck out of me since I’ve always been a brush guy. Quick question about base coating with an airbrush: I’ve heard you could just spray on the main base colour instead of undercoating black or white and go from there- is this true? Want my marines to pop so want to try with a white undercoat and then put on the metallic gold (main power armour colour), but not sure if basecoating using an airbrush follows the same technique of “typical” paint brushing. Maybe there is another way I’m not aware of. Thanks from a fellow Canuck!
May 31, 2012 at 11:22 am
Cool I’ll recored the Vlog episode 2 and adresse your question and other questions I got! Should be out on YouTube tomorrow or by the begining of the week end
May 31, 2012 at 12:32 pm
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