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OO Zoom Minis Painting Meetup Saturday, Sept. 19.

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OO Zoom Minis Painting Meetup Saturday, Sept. 19.

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Planning on doing some more painting this Saturday if anyone is interested. Just send me a PM. Starting around 8 Central.
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I threw my name in the hat again. I really want to make it to one of these, as I have a lot of projects going on. Finishing up my last three FALLOUT: THE BOARD GAME miniatures and just started on the MARVEL UNITED minis.

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Even though I'm painting the most boring miniatures in my collection, I'm in again. So far, let's see... rock walls, barrels, crates, a cart. I suppose this week will be the old well or the big rock!
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I'm still slogging my way through ships. But I have a couple of Fallout Wasteland Warfare minis primed and ready to go too.
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Bump this up in case anyone wants to come hang out. Just let me know! See you folks at 8!
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I had fun again tonight, thanks! What I was trying to remember was clear silicone caulk. I've seen some really cool, and really simple water effects done with it, using nothing but the cault, a little blue (or green, or whatever) ink, and a popsicle stick to swirl/sculpt it. It'd be a very inexpensive way to add waves to a clear acrylic base, or to an island piece.
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Purely coincidental that I have recently been watching some videos on creating water terrain and while most modelers seem to use complex processes with resins that create phenomenal effects, I did find a video showing a pretty cool and easy technique a few months ago.

Water Terrain
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Tonight’s work...the beginnings of the French fleet.

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Tao wrote:
Sun Sep 20, 2020 12:54 am
Purely coincidental that I have recently been watching some videos on creating water terrain and while most modelers seem to use complex processes with resins that create phenomenal effects, I did find a video showing a pretty cool and easy technique a few months ago.

Water Terrain
Semi-coincidentally, I just watched that same video a few hours ago while trying to remember what the material was that I had previously seen people use.
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