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JH Miniatures VIDEO TUTORIALS Thread

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Hi Guys!

I decided that instead of spamming the forum with new Threads for each video I make, it's better to have them all in one big thread.

Hope you like them!

1. How to Paint - Intense Green

 

2. How to Paint - Saturated Red

 

3. Intense Blue

 

 

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Finished a new video! 

I really hope you guys like it as it is the video that has had more work put into it, including hearing myself speak while editing. Absolute hell!

 

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My new tutorial on how to paint flesh is up and running check it out guys! I think you would find it useful.
 
 
As always, thanks for the support!
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1 minute ago, Mandzak-Miniatures said:

Real quality stuff man.

Looking forward to future videos!

Thanks! The support it's greatly appreciated 

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WOW i never thought of using green wash. Thats amazing!

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13 minutes ago, phizzco said:

WOW i never thought of using green wash. Thats amazing!

Yes! Everyone does it wrong, that's why I decided to show it in the video. It's a trick I learned A LONG time ago from some of the best historical miniature painters. Blue, green or a mix of the two give the most realistic beard stubble as they are the complementary colour to the Caucasian flesh.

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1 hour ago, JH.Miniatures said:

Thanks! The support it's greatly appreciated 

Trust me. I need support for all my crazy projects all the time! Anything helps.

do you have a Twitter or FB page? Can pm me and we can exchange 

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2 minutes ago, peasant said:

What a discovery! Great tutorials!

Thank you very much! It's great fun making them, glad you liked them.

More very soon

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Tutorial on painting BLACK is finished. It includes 4 extra black recipes that can be used with the same techniques.

 

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Citadel Glazes are sadly going away as you may know. So I decided to show you how you can make the exact same product VERY CHEAPLY. The video includes precise colour matching and dilution recipes.

Hope you find it useful!

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Glazes are not going away. Can't find the quote but someone asked that direct question on Facebook and GW said glazes aren't going anywhere. After, naturally, I had purchased 4 of each in anticipation of them being gone.

 

I think I heard they were going to the Citadel Air line and be called "Clear."

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8 minutes ago, Gutpile said:

Glazes are not going away. Can't find the quote but someone asked that direct question on Facebook and GW said glazes aren't going anywhere. After, naturally, I had purchased 4 of each in anticipation of them being gone.

 

I think I heard they were going to the Citadel Air line and be called "Clear."

I'm afraid they are going away. The clear paints are those candy coats previously made by FW. 

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That directly contradicts a post by GW that I saw this week. If Facebook didn't suck the dongs of a thousand troggoths I would be able to find it. Quote: "Inks aren't going anywhere."

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2 minutes ago, Gutpile said:

That directly contradicts a post by GW that I saw this week. If Facebook didn't suck the dongs of a thousand troggoths I would be able to find it. Quote: "Inks aren't going anywhere."

Yeah, it's been a very confusing thing all this. But I've seen it confirmed elsewhere, they are going away.

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I reached an amazing milestone on the YouTube channel and wanted to give something back to the community, THANKS GUYS!

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Your experience with the Citadel whites seems to be opposite to mine. I find Ceramite White to be unusable garbage, but White Scar is okay - not great, but usable. I think I definitely need to get some white ink though, after seeing how smoothly it flows from your brush in that last video.

Great tutorials overall, you've got a new subscriber right here!

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2 hours ago, Swooper said:

Your experience with the Citadel whites seems to be opposite to mine. I find Ceramite White to be unusable garbage, but White Scar is okay - not great, but usable. I think I definitely need to get some white ink though, after seeing how smoothly it flows from your brush in that last video.

Great tutorials overall, you've got a new subscriber right here!

Yeah I've heard that too, in fact I even said that when I was recording the video but it got scrapped in the editing as the rambling was already too long. 

My ceramite white has always been a decent colour, never had any problems with the two pots I bought at all but I heard horror stories. I guess that is why GW made a new recipe (Corax White) and scrapped it. 

Thanks for the support! It's greatly appreciated 

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Got a question about white ink, if you don't mind. Looking at the website of the local arts&crafts store, they have three types of ink available: Calligraphy ink, acrylic ink and drawing (artists'?) ink, and I'm not sure which type will be best for miniature painting. I assume it's not the calligraphy type, but would you recommend I get the Schmincke "Aero Color Professional" acrylic ink, or the Winsor&Newton drawing ink?

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