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  1. Love the bit with Merida
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    Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018)

    Disappointing they chose to make the clouds an effect as they did do a HALO jump for the film.
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    Monthly Release Dates - July 2018

    <pimp> Our latest Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 is out now on iOS, Android, and Amazon. </pimp>
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    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    There’s a lot of terrain in there...
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    The Miniatures Appreciation Thread

    First airbrush lesson, rotate the mini not the brush. Where’d that puddle of paint come from? First attempt at pre-shading, which went okay except the S75 white dried instantly in the brush and clogged it. So that was a crash course in cleaning an airbrush, switched to VMC white and it went through okay. I had a bunch of thinner in it, almost too much I would have thought - could that be the issue with drying? Got a bit too carried away with the white on Eisenhorn, not too much shade really.
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    The Miniatures Appreciation Thread

    It is, but I think it’s beyind resin bending. Each of the red lines was a break I’ve glued back together, so I can rebreak it or live with it. Given how fiddly it was to get to stick once I might just leave it.
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    The Miniatures Appreciation Thread

    Been glueing my fingers together a lot this afternoon, everything seems so much smaller now. I managed to break her spear into four parts, I’m certain the (current) top isn’t on the right way but that’s how it’s stuck now
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    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    I want that crane!
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    The Miniatures Appreciation Thread

    Thanks, honestly I think it was luck more than anything. I tried we blending from yellow through orange to red, which mostly ended up as an orange rather than a blend. I meant to lightly dry brush some black on the tips and didn’t take enough paint off . The centre of the sword with the runes is a bazillion layers of white and yellow and mixes of white & yellow as I decided it didn’t look quite right so painted over it again. Can’t tell you how many times I picked out the runes in white decided it was too much, glazed then yellow, then picked them out in white again. Then went over the surrounding area again, which in turn would cause another cycle over the runes. I think the final thing is something like pure yellow round the edge of the runes, pure white in the runes, a glaze of very light yellow (mix of the yellow and white) over the runes (cause I would catch the hard edges with the white & it looked wrong), then white in the runes again (being careful not to hit the vertical edges). Although this is over many other layers, so fuck knows if I’ll be able to pull it off again. I was using Sorastro’s video as a rough guide, he does it in far fewer steps than me, and repeatable.
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    The Miniatures Appreciation Thread

    It’s so hot I’ve been trying to paint hot things - a flaming sword and glowing runes. First OSL attempt too. Nothing went exactly to plan, but pretty happy with the results.
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    The Miniatures Appreciation Thread

    Who you calling a nerd?!
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    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    Similarly I saw this on FB yesterday
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    The Miniatures Appreciation Thread

    I picked up a head magnifier which comes with multiple lens. I’ve used it a couple of times and it’s pretty good, takes a bit to get used to cause only the center of your vision is magnified. I’ve only used the 1x lens so far but it goes up to 3.5x. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01AL2YAQ6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_2tEmBbM7RXTSM
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    Murder On The Orient Express

    Not as much green screen as you might think
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