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Are there any videos on the net that can show me how to paint something or step by step instructions? I just bought Typhuys, and I really suck at painting, please help me
try painting basic models first. Join painting clinics, contests to improve. Paint typhus like last to paint him at a higher level of experience
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You can easily find step-by-step instructions on painting by searching the web.
(WH40K, painting, how to, instructions keywords should be useful)
There are quite a lot of sites that contain info about painting, so go ahead. (Do not expect videos, I haven't seen any...)
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Thanks alot guys
I dont think you will find any vidios on painting as painting a decent army takes such a long time, if you want to paint typhus verywell, paint your basic nurgle first this will give you more experiance, get people to look at your models so they can tell you how to improve. Also if its just typhus you have you could always try getting the Â£6 box of 5 marnines and trying nurgle paint schemes on these...i know there not chaos but it helps.
The poster formaly known as VampireSoul, formaly known as OrkSlugga now known as Orkslugga.
There is a game store owner named Dennis somewhere in Arkansas that sells videos/DVDs about painting & terrain making. I own all three of his DVDs. The terrain and basic mini painting videos are very basic, but if you are totally new to the hobby & don't know how to drybrush, highlight, etc., these would be good for you. I've only watched about half of the Advanced Painting video, but so far it is pretty good. It goes into blending, pinning, painting flesh. The videos are VERY homemade-looking, but cheap (about $9 each). For the money, I think they are better than nothing and a good value for beginners if you don't have any good painters around to show you in person. (Personally, I learned mostly by reading GW painting tips & the 'trial & error' method.)
I haven't read the LO forum rules about posting links, so I'll just recommend you do a search on eBay for "miniatures painting" and you will find the videos by D&B Video.
Frank in L.A.