Johnny Wadd: Do ANY of you guys sand the primer, or simply prime and paint?
Miklos Erdos: How does that work when gluing other parts to it. I noticed you had painted
with yet to attach other parts?
Les Lykely: Great video!! Your explanations and general dialogue is very easy to
understand! Any chance you can post the vid showing the decal application
and final product?
Andy Coakes: weres the rest of the build ???
McFly1: ..no more parts?
Diego palomar: heeyy mann amazing video! im making a porch and its my first car, at the
store they gave me this glue that say tamiya cement but i dunno if its
working cause its taking fore ever is it normal??
kabooom007: nice vids man!! uhm I have a question. what is the thin ratio for the
tamiya paints, and what kind of thinner should i use? is tamiya acrylic
thinner a good one??
joe wittmer: What would be a good thinning ratio using Flames of War paints? They are
made by Vallejo.
SMConsortium: @kabooom007 There's never a set "ratio". You have to learn to "eye" it. But
for Tamiya, I usually start at a 1:2 ratio, paint to thinner.
ozzy59he: great stuff man thanks for the videos
SMConsortium: @svinehunden thanks! Slowly but surely
GhostofCicero: Great video.
MEU98: Hey man great vids.Can u tell me if I have to thin the tamiya paints when I
use?I dont use airbrush but a brush.Thanks.
Asa Jar: Looks fantastic! Can't wait for the next vid. Man airbrushing looks like a
geniuscrash66: Is there no need for extraction when using acrylic paints?
jerkfacejim: FINGER COTS!
SMConsortium: @froymot Yes. I love the Vallejo paints. From the bottles to how smooth it
goes on a model.
Scott Millican: Guess that answers the question in my head....wondering if you had gotten
the Vallejo Primers....glad they arrived? How long did they take this
time?? Since they were Surface, didn't have a tracking number to go by and
tell me when they arrived. Corsair is looking good! Glad someone I know
tried the Vallejo cleaner/thinner mixture. Finally have the 200ml thinner
in now as well! Later Scott
SMConsortium: @viper29ca OH it was about two weeks. A little less. lol I have to order
more just to have for back up. Primer goes faster when using for models and
miniatures. lol Do they have bigger bottles than the 17m?
Daniel Mangham: can you use a matt black instead of black primer???
Dave Colgate: Agree with below - really want to see parts 11 and beyond. Weathering,
decals. Thoroughly enjoyed the previous parts. Very useful.
zzcutter: have you sprayed any other paints over the vallejo primer such as tamiya or
the polyscale i like the use of windex as a thinner model likes great
coladito1: Where is the end??? Is it under a different tittle??
FearGFX: first taping masking tape over it, tracing it, then removing it to cut it
on a cuttingmat is simply amazing!
rob b: the shading can be done only with acrylic ?
Aser Martinez: After waching 10 videos... at least let us see the end result!
froymot: nice :D, would you recomend those valejo paints, i only recently started
using tamiya acrylics over humbrol enaels myself????
alexxfiles: Where is the next vídeo that you mentioned in the end of this vídeo? Thanks
llbll777: Where is part 11 and beyond?
SMConsortium: @Younowkoed OOO great advice!
SMConsortium: @zzcutter Yup! Works great!
PyrosBrawler196: WHERE IS PART 11?!!!!!!!!!
Ruan van Niekerk: why use windex?
Marco Man: Where is the Part 11? does it end here?
SMConsortium: @ozzy59he YW
SMConsortium: @Safwentay More like got used to the Vallejos! LOL Tamiya is so much easier
to figure out on thinning. lol
capemamaforhorror: btw what do you use to clean your airbrush awesome work. Im an armor fan my
self but still awesome.
svinehunden: great video... and nice to see you're back at it (:
SMConsortium: @asjarra Airbrushing is very fun and a life saver to use for modeling! :)
General Splatton: This puppy is going to look sweet!
coladito1: End video???? Common man!!!!! Lol.
kabooom007: @icer22x the end video is comming.
Safwentay: looks like you're getting the hang of air brushing bud. great to see you
back doin some kits.
Scott Millican: For the paint....no, 17ml is as big as it comes. The new primer is 60ml I
believe, airbrush cleaner comes in 200ml and 85ml (only have the 85ml at
the moment as both suppliers have been out of the 200ml), their thinner
comes in 17ml, 35ml, apparently 60ml but I haven't see it anywhere, however
with the new 200ml thinner that is out....I won't bother bringing in the
others anymore (maybe keep the 35ml).
Sinclair S: I watched all the parts in one go to find there is no end part, other than
that i love your vids and tips. Very helpful. BTW i'm 13
DoctorDeadwax: great series, shame you did not come back and do the last video as you
stated you would :/
SMConsortium: @MEU98 You don't have to but you should to get a smooth finish. Less chance
of brush strokes if you thin it a little.
whayden001: Yeah I'm in the same boat. I'm looking for the last video. :'(
wjbist: Love the video series. When will the next segment be. Bill
PaintwithTrash: This was awesome, as I have recently bought an airbrush myself, and this is
some good best practices for me to learn.
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