New videos are up now!

Hey guys!

Just as I promised! episodes 2 and 3 of my kit modification special are now online and ready to watch!

took me a while to edit, I usually just do 1 video at time xD but I hope you enjoy watching them as much as I enjoyed making them ^_^

4 thoughts on “New videos are up now!

  1. Just finished watching the videos and they were awesome! Thanks for the explanation on the scene as I am not very familiar with this game. I tend to play offline RPGs since it’s more flexible and I have a hard time scheduling times with online players, especially if they are in different countries and time zones. I think you did a terrific job with the diorama. It seemed like you had a lot of questions about the pumpkins, but I thought it looked pretty neat in the scene.

    The glow in the dark resin mixture is a very cool idea. It looks like the luminous powder worked better as a mixture for a cast rather than spraying it out of an airbrush. 😛

    This is slightly off topic, but I was curious if you’ve ever tried Vallejo Polyurethane Primer before? I heard mixed things about it…some people had issues while others thought it worked like a charm (very fine and smooth coverage). I’ve been using primers out of a spray bottle, but airbrush gives me a lot more control and was hoping to find a primer that I can airbrush with. I know Mr. Base is good, but was trying to find some alternatives that’s a bit less toxic. 🙂

    • Hey Linda 😀

      You know, I haven’t used that vallejo primer, I tend to use more cost effective materials that go a long way and also have good quality, I use to have Tamiya primers but they cost like 8 dollars per can and could only do 2 figures with each can, then I tried to use my airbrush and thin down Mr. surfacer 1000 but I needed to use lacquer thinner to thin down and it stinked really bad and gave me headaches. I tried to use Mr. primer white (can) but it was the same as Tamiya, too expensive and would last very little.

      I currently use Krylon primer white and gray, the big can is less than 4 dollars and it goes a long wayyyy, it’s not too thick but I usually just polish all my pieces after I prime them. 🙂

      • Hi Brenda,

        I used Tamiya too, loved it, but like you said, it went away fast (just like my money). LOL! I currently use Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover 2x primer. It’s been working pretty well but I started to look at other alternatives, and that’s when I found out about the Vallejo one. Thanks for your feedback though, I think I’ll try to polish my pieces with my current primer and see if I really need to switch. Maybe one of these days I’ll try out the Vallejo one, and share my results. 🙂

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