Painting Lessons with Olliekickflip
Posted 12 December 2007 - 03:33 PM
Back to the lessons:
Follow this link for more info (you just have to scroll down the page a bit)
The class is from 6:30-10:00 (or beyond!) on Friday February 15th, 2008
I will be demonstrating how to acheive perfect blends, color selection, metalics (nnm and real) as well as proper application of light and shadows. Each student will get a color wheel as well as a quick reference painting guide (used with permission from Jeremie Bonamant). We will also go over how to make my ghetto wet pallet...and how to use it properly. Lastly I will go over some cool basing ideas.
Bring a primed (white) model as well as brushes and some paint and we will rock and roll! Also feel free to bring some already painted models so we can all take a look at them and laugh at you (just kidding). This will be benificial as I can see where you are at paint wise and hopefully give you good tips for improving you painting style. I will also be bringing all of my display pieces for you to check out and laugh at as well! Anyways, I hope to see some of you at the painting class.
Oh, and don't forget, there is a big painting contest at OrcCon as well...and as I always say, "You can't win if you don't enter!"
Lastly here is a little Christmas cheer from me and the boys from the Pacific Marauders and the Broadside Bash!
Oh, and to the moderators, if this is in the wrong section, feel free to move it...I just didn't know where to put it. a
Here are a couple of things that will be on display.
Posted 12 December 2007 - 03:48 PM
we want revolution, constant evolution
start your engines blow your fuses
burn the bridges for the future
Posted 13 December 2007 - 11:15 AM
We need to import you to New England, c'mon, it's a blast, all the crappy weather and snow...who wouldn't love it.
Yeah, you and Tony need to make a trip up this way to spread some painting love, free room and board on me...the Bates Motel...er...my place...stop it mother...
It might be a good thing I'm not there, I might try and take home that Vindicator man that is one sweet looking tank.
I, for one am on the supporting end of the Turqouise patina, while by no mean correct from a thcnical standpoint, I think it serves really well to break up the over all dark scheme on the tank.
I'm really surprised that didn't snag you a Demon.
The moral of this story is...visit your pals in the east!
The last head falls to the ground, no one is left alive.
They thought that they could take me down but it's not my time to die.
-Amon Amarth "Where Silent Gods Stand Guard"
Posted 13 December 2007 - 12:25 PM
As for painting, I believe that there is no one "right" way to go about it. There are certaing rules that if you follow them, you are guaranteed to have a nice looking model. The aplication of those rules can be done in many different ways though. I try to learn as much as I can from as many people as I can. I take portions of everyones technique and make it my own. I must say that taking Jeremie Bonamants class this summer brought it all together for me though. Hopefully I can pass some of that on to anyone who will listen!!
Posted 13 December 2007 - 01:03 PM
SaintRigger: HALT! Hammerzeit!
Me: if zeit means time, i hope you die
You will learn as much from mistakes as you will from failures. -Qwyk
TBH by usual internet standards krztoff is a big fluffy bunny of love and hugs who wants to give Jesus great big warm cuddles. -smokingwreckage
Posted 14 December 2007 - 10:19 AM
Posted 12 June 2012 - 12:27 PM
That would actually be fun...and maybe a possibility in the next year or so. I love to travel...just too poor to do it!
I'm sure us english cronies could rustle together a plane ticket. Or you could bribe whoever sells you the ticket with a certain grime covered vindicator .
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