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Offline Joey Goldcoast

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Painting Plastic Crack
« on: November 23, 2013, 01:12:54 PM »
So I really didn't intend on starting a blog, but after a bit of badgering from the wife and friends I thought I would give it a bash. It's in its very early stages and it's going to be mainly about painting and not gaming. A kind of novice painters blog / dairy sharing the tips and tricks I've picked up over the years. Techniques that I have learned from others in our great community and brought together in one place, adapted for my own use and now happily passing onto others.
I will be covering, Airbrushing techniques, weathering, basing, wet blending and anything else requested. Its in its very early stages at the moment and the 1st posts are a republishing of my Airbrushing series currently running on the front page over on BoLs.  I did post a few here too in your own hobby section and I will continue to do so. I do enjoy the close knit community you guys have here and the lack of attitude is refreshing. Warmaster and BoLs are the only forums I post on so you won't find my writing regurgitated all over the place.
Anyway take a peek if your interested and feel free to leave any questions or suggestions. I will also be adding links to forums, sites, resources and online stores as I progress.

http://paintingplasticcrack.blogspot.co.uk

I think the title says it all really, it's quite an addictive hobby we have, and painting I find is rather therapeutic.

If you do take the time to have a look, I thank you in advance.

Cheers

Joey Goldcoast (Deadlift)
Painting Plastic Crack - Wargaming Painting Tutorials.

http://paintingplasticcrack.blogspot.co.uk