I’m starting to relax into these videos now. I’m really enjoying this format. For a few years now I’ve only done text and pictures but now I’m finding the video format really useful to efficiently demonstrate what I’ve been writing about all these years. After the jump is the video for how to use an airbrush and how to clean it.
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As requested, use these to hold your compressor in one place
Great once again. Looking forward to the next one. Will you talk about shading soon, please? Also, black fingers can be avoided with latex gloves and plastic shot glasses make great mixing tubs. Where is the undercoat available from?
If you've subscribed you'd already see the Vlog 05 is up already 🙂 I'm not planning these, these video blogs are deliberately impromptu. It's me logging my hobby and sharing what I'm doing. If something pops up on my table that I'm shading and i think it'll be a good video then maybe.
Thanks for the tips on the gloves and shot glasses.
Great post. Articles that have meaningful and insightful comments are more enjoyable, at least to me. It’s interesting to read what other people thought. How to clean airbrush
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What do you use to edit your videos?