So I've been pondering over the Gravity vs Siphon question since a few weeks now. Since I actually discovered that there are "X" versions of the Harder & Steenbeck airbrushes that I'm having at home and since I've seen at the Brussels Games Festival how useful a suction feed can be with pre-made (=thinned) painting... Continue Reading →
Bonjour à tous ! Le 20-21 Octobre nous allons peindre de la figurine chez moi pour 2x jours de formations avec Hutif. Bien connue dans le monde de la peinture, l’Atelier d’Hutif, avec Hutif qui nous donnera conseils, techniques et explications pour un niveau débutant et intermédiaire au pinceau. Vous ne la connaissez pas encore... Continue Reading →
November is the month of Miniature/Modeling Exhibitions across Belgium, starting with November 3rd and Crisis 2018 in Antwerp at the usual Waagnatie exhibition hall.
Week over week I share with you my paining activities. It's a very "simple" paper format found on AliExpress. I walked away from the complex project management planning charts (Gantt Charts or Work Breakdown Structures - WBS), realizing that for the hobby it's not only overkill but time-consuming to maintain and update. Key learning 1:... Continue Reading →
Les Caméléons de Ransart (Belgique) organisent tous les samedis des soirées pour les maquettistes du coin, mais également une exposition annuelle à Fleurus prêt de Charleroi le 17 et 18 Novembre 2018. Chouette initiative pour découvrir ce qu'ils font pendant l'année te faire de nouvelles rencontres.
I downloaded the latest Morathi Painting Masterclass guide from Gareth Nicholas (see his CMON gallery and Putty & Paint gallery) and discovered loads of useful tips. Here is a copy of an article from Robert Leyland (2009). It is republished almost verbatim - minus the design of the original page - because the original document... Continue Reading →
Path onwards "Terrains " In the last few weeks, I've been gathering some material for my next level into the creation of hobby terrains to put on the table. My main focus here is the decors for Star Wars Legion but who knows where it will go from there (I have always been keen on... Continue Reading →
Keep your workspace tidy One handy way to keep your work area tidy when brush painting is to get yourself a large flip chart pad. Tear off a sheet and put it down on your work surface. I like flip chart paper better than newspapers because it’s easier to see tiny model parts on it or... Continue Reading →
After a long break we finally had our next painting night last Friday, the usual suspects were present and we had a new member - Christopher - joining us for his first session (he's a friend who painted year's back and now starts painting again with a focus on troops for the game the 9th... Continue Reading →