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Episode 86: 2021 WiscoDice Gift Giving Guide

Join the WiscoDice crew as they give their suggestions for games and hobby accessories to gift this year.

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Paint Up Your US Infantry Greens with this Simple Guide!

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Going Simple on Painting the Pants of US Infantry for Bolt Action

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Conesy’s Diary: Episode 34 Let’s Get You Started With Airbrushing

My Airbrush Station

I was in a Discord talking with a beginner about airbrushing. They had done their research and were closing in on making that purchase. I shared what advise I could with them. It made me think that I bet there are a number of people out there that could use some advise regarding their first airbrush.

Conesy’s Diary: 11/19/2020

Here’s all of the equipment I use for airbrushing:

I hope to purchase soon, but I don’t recommend for beginners: Iwata Eclipse HP-CS

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Hobby Update 11/2/2020

Harley Quinn
Back to Gotham Set

It’s been a busy and hectic couple of weeks, but when it’s busy you just have to keep that paint brush working. That means I have a few projects finished to share. Most of the work I have been doing is really focused on super heroes for the Batman Miniature Game by Knight Models and Marvel: Crisis Protocol by Atomic Mass Games.

Harley Quinn was the most recent project. She’s one of the most dynamic posed models I have for the Batman Miniature Game. I love the scenic base and I feel it adds so much character to the model. I didn’t have much direction when I started this model. I focused initially on the bottom elements of the figure and worked my way slowly up the model filling in colors and slowly working up the highlights. As I finished the model I wanted the eye to have two focal points. The first, and primary, was going to be Harley’s hair and face. I think this area of bright color on what is otherwise a darker shaded model really makes this an instant place your eye is drawn. As the eye works it’s way down the model the second focal point comes into play with the stone clown face having just enough color and lighter shading to stand out on the base.

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