[ARTIKEL] Daniel's Guide to Speedpainting

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Re: [ARTIKEL] Daniel's Guide to Speedpainting

Berichtdoor Sphere » 14 maart 2013, 11:39

Daniel schreef:In de guide wordt wetbrushing bedoeld als Drybrushing met meer verf. Thats really just it :]


Dus wetbrushing is gewoon urban voor schilderen? :lol:
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Berichtdoor TLRonin » 14 maart 2013, 11:42

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Re: [ARTIKEL] Daniel's Guide to Speedpainting

Berichtdoor Daniel » 14 maart 2013, 11:59

Hehehe, nice :P


http://paintingstuff.blogspot.nl/2009/0 ... likes.html

Wetbrushing (I couldn't find any other term :) )

Drybrushing is the best way to apply a thin layer of paint on a miniature without having its details obscured. Because of this, you can use roughly the same technique (but with a twist) to apply an uniform layer of color on miniatures, such as undercoats, and achieve results that are comparable to airbrushing a model. Here are the steps:
a. Dip your brush in water and clean some of it back into the water jar
b. Get some paint on the brush and clean the excess paint up.
c. Do a few strokes on a sheet of paper until you can see that the paint gets thin (you start seeing the paper's white through the color).
d. Roll the ferrule on the same sheet of paper to remove excess paint that could be stored inside
e. Proceed with brushing the model in broad strokes.

Doing this should provide an even coat of paint for any large surface. If you get blobs of opaque paint that looks like the one in the pot, it mostly means that some of it still remained in the ferrule, because that's where the paint tends to go if it's watered down.

I use this technique to paint the green armor of my space marines as well as vehicles and I have discovered that applying layers of paint by using this technique allows me to have an almost perfectly uniform paint distribution. The sargeant in the image below has been painted with this technique.
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Berichtdoor patrickster » 17 maart 2013, 19:07

Drybrushing is gewoon bijna alle verf aan een papiertje afvegen en wetbrushing doe je het niet afvegen. Zoe doe ik het teminste.
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Re: [ARTIKEL] Daniel's Guide to Speedpainting

Berichtdoor BenEvil » 18 maart 2013, 01:00

thx voor de tips

off-topic... speed painting, maar dan anders: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9ficvPdpZg
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