In this video, I go over what you need to get started with airbrushing miniatures. I’ve slipped annotations throughout for ‘fixes’ and clarifications. The next few videos will be painting tips and tricks. I’ve noticed there are a lot of painting videos out there for miniatures, the problem is that the pretentious little (bleeps) don’t actually tell you anything, except to buy their DVD’s… Well, I could give less of an Ork’s rump about cutting into their profit-margins.

Airbrushing a Leopard!

www.airbrushtutor.com Good quality short airbrush video! Follow the links at the end of the video to learn how it’s done! Questions? Join us at http or twitter.com or www.facebook.com Music From: soundcloud.com “Crave You (Adventure Club Dubstep Remix)” – Let The Beats Flow creativecommons.org

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  1. Thank you! I don’t think we have something like that around here. I’m gonna use a product that’s similar to windex and see if it works. Thanks again!

  2. This is kinda late but Simple Green is a non toxic all purpose cleaner sold around here. I dont know if its sold outside of the states but its pretty easy to find here. Basically its a cleaner like mr clean or windex or something.

  3. Hello!! I live in Brazil and I have access to pretty much everything, but I don’t know what’s “simple green”. What’s that? Thanks a lot! Awesome video and I really liked this: “there are a lot of painting videos out there for miniatures, the problem is that the pretentious little (bleeps) don’t actually tell you anything, except to buy their DVD’s…”
    Cheers

  4. so, what you are saying is that a worldwide spread hobby, which many people enjoy, and gives a livelyhood and somehow a unity for hundreds of thousands of people are bad?

  5. I use the bottom of a 2 litre pop bottle cut off as my mixing pallette, works great.

  6. nice tutorial! was disappointed to realise the entire thing wouldn’t be in an awesome russian accent though ;(

  7. I made a ‘cleaning pot’ out of a milk jug. I cut a big chunk out but left the handle in place. I spray the cleaner down the handle so it collects and pools in the bottom.

  8. Where did you buy your acrylic paint set, looked on the net for it without any luck. I did find a few similar sets though. I also liked the math idiot line.

  9. Very nice video. I’am looking for a starter airbrush set atm. This helped me a lot on deciding and learing the basics. thank you

  10. hidden math idiot line will have me subscribing for years!!!!! ROFL

  11. Good video thank you looking forward to seeing more from you .

  12. I’ve adopted your theories then ‘adapted’ them into practice Mitch, and uploaded the result – part 2 of the tiger. Im stuffed on the whiskers though so i just thought id show you what i managed to pull off using your tuition and the cheapo gear before i wreck it completely lol. Thanks a million mate. ian

  13. Wicked….wicked…..wicked…..skills.
    So wicked in fact, i was moved to create a video response.
    Airbrushing……, no matter how good or bad or average you are at it, its all about having fun.
    90% fun x 10% constantly learning from the process – now thats a mighty fine equation by
    my books. This Limey here just wants to say party on dude, and many thanks for sharing your techniques and skills, theyre much appreciated. Respect!. ian.

  14. Another great video mate and awesome pic. Looking forward to your next upload 😉

  15. Another great video mate and awesome pic. Looking forward to your next upload ;)

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