Paint ANYTHING to this standard in less than an hour!

06 Th12, 2020
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How to paint the Blood Bowl Second Season Teams quickly to a standard that will make your opponents jealous!
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This channel is about painting miniatures for your warhammer, infinity, warmachine & d&d games, as well as age of sigmar and warhammer 40k. space marines, space wolves, sisters of battle, stormcast eternals, beastclaw raiders, mawtribes, cities of sigmar, chaos space marines. Also painting different scale models and miniature busts! How to paint NMM. How to paint warhammer, how to paint D&D figures.

  • Anybody have a good recommendation on the varnish to use to protect the models but not add gloss or matte

    William VeenhuyzenWilliam Veenhuyzen9 ngày trước
  • Hello. Thank you for all the great content. Learning lots from your channel. At 7.36 you mention that the shading didn’t work so well. How could this be improved? Would using a dark base colour, highlighted with the yellow/brown followed by the wash work?

    Douglas LucasDouglas Lucas10 ngày trước
    • I was refering to the wash just running wild. It could be fixed by controling where the wash goes in the first place. The point was not having to highlight much. sure, your approach would work, but would also take longer. (I highlight the areas in the follow up video)

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures10 ngày trước
  • 0:55 using a "cutter knife"? Real men use bludgeon knives -proceeds to beat model into submission

    monkeypateemonkeypatee16 ngày trước
    • what's your point?

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures10 ngày trước
  • Did you use a grey contrast paint for shading the linewomans pants, or just a regular paint?

    Kaijin DonoKaijin Dono18 ngày trước
    • a mix of contrast medium and grey like i say in the video.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures18 ngày trước
  • Always great to see your brush at work! With all the theories out there regarding what brush to use or how to mix paint and water, theres nothing better to learn from than watching how someone applies the paint with the brush! excellent video!

    k03rnlk03rnl18 ngày trước
  • I think I found my favorite painting channel. He dares to say it is a hobby you do not need to rush it. I do have a technical question related to this video what medium do I need to mix in to the contrast paint? liquitex matt medium or something else? I am a bit confused about all these additives and what they do ... I should just sit down and read some chemistry. I am a Physicist I should be able to figure this one out :)

    Andras LibalAndras Libal28 ngày trước
    • I just used Games Workshops Contrast Medium.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures28 ngày trước
  • i really wish i hadn't seen this vid !

    richard bradleyrichard bradley28 ngày trước
  • Great videos! Your brush control is impressive. 👍👍

    brewgeek1brewgeek1Tháng trước
  • I cant even assemble the models in an hour. 🙄

    Native English PaulNative English PaulTháng trước
    • @Trovarion Miniatures haha,

      Native English PaulNative English PaulTháng trước
    • I didnt count assembly time :D

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion MiniaturesTháng trước
  • *Yes, but I want to paint **_all of them_** in 1 hour...*

  • Yes contrast paints are the better washes

    19platten2019platten20Tháng trước
  • My contrast paints don't dry flat, like in the video. I mix them with the citadel contrast medium as shown but they always dry glossy / with shine. Anyone know why that might be? or tips on preventing that from happening?

    Automatron 10Automatron 10Tháng trước
    • @Trovarion Miniatures Thanks my friend. I’ll keep trying until I get that Ork skin just right. Your videos are a good inspiration to strive to do better.

      Automatron 10Automatron 10Tháng trước
    • Yeah, they dry slightly glossy. You can add matt mediums, but any additional additive you mix in alters properties of colors.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion MiniaturesTháng trước
  • Very nice tutorial. Thank you.

    frank garciafrank garciaTháng trước
  • love how your black ork came out! gonna pick up some mini to try wet blending on. aslo bonus points for have german links :) also gained a sub!

    NeroHaroNeroHaroTháng trước
  • Recommended ork skin recipe: tesseract glow over white, then athonian camoshade. Done, easy, and looks great.

    ANTi GRAVANTi GRAV2 tháng trước
    • Happy you found something that works for you.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • i actually hate painting, i never feel like i'm good enough at it, and it's a source of anxiety and stress, i basically just gave up warhammer, because of that and also because the price for minis keeps going up and there is no justifacation for such price jumps, it doesnt just randomly cost them 20% more money to make mini's especially since they barely make any new anything, every box of orks i open so far has been from before 2005, except the beast/wolves boxset, so yeah, i just quit, never even finished the beast, i should prolly sell them all, but i dont out of fear it'll end up on one of these damn youtubes as "the worst warhammer 40k army ive ever worked on" videos

    Sean CSean C2 tháng trước
  • I've just got back into bloodbowl, not painted a miniature in 25 years! This is useful for when i start again soon.

    Syteanrics ScenesSyteanrics Scenes2 tháng trước
  • Awesome

    ElguerrerocompletoElguerrerocompleto2 tháng trước
  • Hey there! Big Fan of your art! What color/imk did you use to wash the leather parts on the orc? And what basecolor is it? I really like the look of the gloves! I wish you a happy and peaceful christmas. Greetings from Germany Martin

    Martin W.Martin W.2 tháng trước
    • reikland fleshshade

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Is that a blood bowl orc please?

    Hello 1814Hello 18142 tháng trước
    • I mean...did you watch the video?

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • It looks amazing. I like how you explain that close colors are good enough and I liked your aging technique on the orc armor. The loincloth too.

    Rev. Timothy HafnerRev. Timothy Hafner2 tháng trước
  • “Painting to me is a joy, so why should I rush through it”... Well said, Sir! I’m one of those hobbyists that enjoys painting but never played, other than Space Hulk board game. You always impress me with your relaxed but focused approach, a very difficult balance to achieve.

    Samuel SanfratelloSamuel Sanfratello2 tháng trước
  • Ive been using contrast the same way. Basilicanum Grey over metallics is a game changer for me

    Mark GregoryMark Gregory2 tháng trước
  • Chris please can you tell me which brushes you use they seem to old there paint and the point is awesome

    Will SmithWill Smith2 tháng trước
    • It's in the description!

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • How to you fix the model to the paint handle when pinnint just one foot? How do you stop it from spinning, specifically?

    Christian AnkerChristian Anker2 tháng trước
    • i bend a few curves into the part of the pin that goes into the cork

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Love this video! I initially found your channel intimidating because of your skill level but your step by step approach and flow is really good. I'm looking forward to tackling the Black Orcs soon!

    John RobbJohn Robb2 tháng trước
  • Thanks for this video. What brushes do you use on the ork? They seems really good holding the shape !

    Florian DFlorian D2 tháng trước
    • Thanks! Links to the brushes I use are in the description!

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • mold lines ?? what are they !!

    richard bradleyrichard bradley2 tháng trước
  • I also use contrast paints as washes, beside the less staining i find really convenient the good amount of different colors the come in

    Druido BiancoDruido Bianco2 tháng trước
  • Awesome vid Trov, great job clearly explaining each step of the process!

    NinjonNinjon2 tháng trước
  • I asked if you had used water vs mixing medium on another video. One of the reasons I asked was that I found the mixing medium to smooth transitions once dry. Regarding washes and contrast paints, I think contrast paints are simply inks mixed with a matte medium. I've successfully made my own and I highly recommend going that route rather than using contrast paints. You get a lot of ink and medium looking at say the liquitex line instead. The method you used here is nearly identical to the way I batch painted my pox walkers in one sitting. Loving the videos! Keep it up. Cheers

    MrGibsn1960MrGibsn19602 tháng trước
    • @Trovarion Miniatures I totally hear ya (and have seen from your other videos). It is a very efficient way of getting good looking stuff on the table so I applaud you for putting it out there. I actually didn't even fumble with metal paints and instead used a black contrast type wash over white. I figured I could put a semi gloss coat on it after a vanish to give it a metallic effect. It saved even more time as I was using that wash to do other stuff anyway.

      MrGibsn1960MrGibsn19602 tháng trước
    • I mean, this is typically not how I paint, because I mainly paint for showcase and there I don't use any medium. For quicker stuff, obviously technical mediums make sense, but this is only like a 0.0001% fraction of my painting.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • " imperial LINE-WOMAN " oxymoron

    Shaggy JonesShaggy Jones2 tháng trước
  • Are you using super glue thin for gap filling?

    Hobbit HubbyHobbit Hubby2 tháng trước
    • any superglue will do.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Fantastic work. I am inspired to see it I can get to something like this in 90 minutes...

    James PetersonJames Peterson2 tháng trước
  • I love blood bowl, i hope you can do a beastmen in brune tunes, i see most of them in a pink tunes i dont like that. can you do that :) keep up the good work. more BB tut please

    Jan Skov KristensenJan Skov Kristensen2 tháng trước
  • So you can mix washes on a wet palette?

    Chris JanquartChris Janquart2 tháng trước
    • @Chris Janquart you can "contaminate" the pad with any color. It just means that it's stained and not white anymore. It just shows that you are using your tool. As for metallics I'd be more worried about the fact that they seem to thin out a lot and a lot quicker on wetalettes for some reason.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
    • @Trovarion Miniatures I know that Squidmar says that you can contaminate the pad with metallic paint so I haven't done that. Also had no idea that mixing washes on a wet palette was a thing, but I just started painting with one last week and painting again after a 20 year hiatus.

      Chris JanquartChris Janquart2 tháng trước
    • Sure.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Ive seen people use diluted contrast paint over dry brushing to help blend the colors and make them more smooth.

    Scott FeketeScott Fekete2 tháng trước
  • I'm up to painting now but its taken me a week to put them together, I'm really hoping it doesn't take me a month to paint these

    DancingRookDancingRook2 tháng trước
  • What a beast. VIworld algorithm, bless this man.

    BiggsFaleurBiggsFaleur2 tháng trước
  • Thank you very much for this tutorial (and others). Sooo usefull 👍🏻 and challenging. By the way, I can't find the reference for the dry brush you use 🤔. Cheers !!

    Guillaume TaB32.Guillaume TaB32.2 tháng trước
    • oh's a makeup brush...unfortunately i dont know how they are called. i just walzed into a store and bought 2 or 3 i found useful. sorry!

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Nice demo. Shows that you can still make a nice job without speed painting. I think speed painting is popular because many gamers just simply can not reproduce the standards demonstrated by the Golden Daemon artists out there. Also many just do not have the interest but are willing to commit to the ethos of the game by not fielding the grey hoards.

    Stephen Magi-SorgeStephen Magi-Sorge2 tháng trước
  • Cliffhanger @Trovarion !!! Now I have to wait for video 2!

    PixieLou85PixieLou852 tháng trước
  • Wow, what paint did you use for that initial gold? it looks awesome!

    BuhBuh2 tháng trước
  • Its an amazing result for the identified time. I appreciate the knowledge and impact of observed techniques.

    Dan WagnerDan Wagner2 tháng trước
  • Mixing crackle and texture plaste gave such a great result! Top tip right there.

    EnVeritasEnVeritas2 tháng trước
  • Painting is fun...that's why I paint way more than play. There's no rush, I can play with "tabletop ready" minis and then paint them to a "higher standard". The only problems are sub-assemblies...the I have to wait to paint the whole mini to a level I am satisfied with to be able to play with them.

    Mentoliptus BankoMentoliptus Banko2 tháng trước
  • Great stuff as always Trov. One day I'll be able to apply paint so cleanly.

    Anthony TittensorAnthony Tittensor2 tháng trước
  • Speed painting just means bigger proportion of time spent removing mold lines.

    SheepWaveMeByeByeSheepWaveMeByeBye2 tháng trước
    • Hahahaha

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • 2:41 you said sepia wash. its a sepia ink? Did you mean to say sepia ink?

    Gary LangfordGary Langford2 tháng trước
    • @Trovarion Miniatures thankyou

      Gary LangfordGary Langford2 tháng trước
    • different names by different companies for the same thing. I used vallejo game ink sepia.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • i wish you said what colour you use at each step. at 6:11 what wash are you using? and at 7:38 what are you edge highlighting with?

    Gary LangfordGary Langford2 tháng trước
    • Ok thanks for the replies

      Gary LangfordGary Langford2 tháng trước
    • black templar contrast. and any bright metallics will do.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Hi! As a newcomer (I just assembled the 2 teams that come in the starter box) would you say its better/easier for me to use a spray primer or should I try airbrush or even brush? Tnanks!

    Alejandro Victoria OrtsAlejandro Victoria Orts2 tháng trước
    • @Alejandro Victoria Orts just start with a spraycan and dont overthink it. painting is not science. Too much thinking will stop you from getting to the actual process that matters: painting.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
    • @Trovarion Miniatures Yeah, I get that asking for easier was not the right approach. I don't own an AB, as said, just starting, but I'm really trying to get into the hobby and I'm thinking on getting an AB in a few months. What I really dont get its why some people prime with airbrush while most agree that spray primer adheres best (maybe this is missinterpreted by me) As far as I know, AB priming can be more convenient when you cant prime outdoors, but as far as results... Would you ever do it over spray? . BTW, Im super grateful for you taking the time to answer, I was expecting a community answer (since it's been proving a great community in that regard)

      Alejandro Victoria OrtsAlejandro Victoria Orts2 tháng trước
    • what's easier is always an individual thing. I would use a canned spray - not a lot of prep needed. unless you have an airbrush and already own airbrush primer, then you dont need to buy a can in addition. I would not buy an AB just for priming.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • I hope this technoque works on my house!

    Punisherfan123Punisherfan1232 tháng trước
  • the basecoats would take me 90 minutes ...

    zacretzacret2 tháng trước
  • what a wholesome video. speeding through miniatures, and ruining your weekend by staying up 24+ straight hours is a strange way to enjoy the hobby. I'll follow your lead instead.

    protanomaniaprotanomania2 tháng trước
  • Wow! Just great.

    CoryCory2 tháng trước
  • > Citadel Paints in Army Painter droppers "Even mortal rivals can come together"

    PalePale2 tháng trước
    • @soundgarden 88 thanks for the info, i already knew AK interactive but i was unaware of the empty mixing bottles. Seems like a good choice to repot contrast paints (i usually use vallejo bottles i get from using primer and varnish) i want to avoid the spill and contamination risk. I have to repot my washes too, probably gonna look toward warcolour’s 30ml empty bottles since washes and shades comes in a 24ml pot

      Druido BiancoDruido Bianco28 ngày trước
    • @Druido Bianco you should try Mix n Ready pots from a company called AK. They make high quality 17mil droppers with a Bright orange cap, wich look amazing next to Vallejo or AP bottles. But were not there yet, they even put a stainless steel agitator ball in there for you! I Just rebottled 20 GW paints into them with some thinner/improver. Good stuff! Highly recommended

      soundgarden 88soundgarden 8828 ngày trước
    • @PabloBro not really, i pay 4.50 euro per 6 bottles, 0.75 per bottle. It’s double the price if compared with 15-18 ml chinese droppers but i like them because they are particularly short, and it allows me to see perfectly every bottle in my clear nail polish/paint organizer

      Druido BiancoDruido BiancoTháng trước
    • @Druido Bianco yeah, and they cost more than a normal paint

      PabloBroPabloBroTháng trước
    • Army painter also sells convenient empty “mixing bottles” 12 ml size 😉

      Druido BiancoDruido Bianco2 tháng trước
  • A great secret i love on the orc is the relatively limited color palette! That scheme ends up being quick to paint! Great job!

    Evan StrongEvan Strong2 tháng trước
  • After 5 years I still can't even paint a necron warrior in under 3 hours. So, we'll see.

    Jarcu AdanantusJarcu Adanantus2 tháng trước
    • I have a necron video too :)

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Lovely video. Nice length and explanations. Very calming tone over the top. Have got the Blood Bowl starter set so once I’ve got through my current backlog I’ll def use your tutorial to get mine to look like yours as they look fab! Instant new subscriber from me 👍

    Log Cabin GamingLog Cabin Gaming2 tháng trước
  • This is AMAZING! So glad i was recommended this video. Liked & subscribed :)

    M.A AssuhidisM.A Assuhidis2 tháng trước
  • YES! To know that my own contrast paint use style is approved by a MONSTER painter like Trovarion gives me so much damn inspiration to keep painting.

    Ferc PoloFerc Polo2 tháng trước
  • Enjoyable watch. Always something to learn from you. Schöne Grüsse

    Christian SchmidtChristian Schmidt2 tháng trước
  • Fuuuck you make this look too easy

    Kris JoosteKris Jooste2 tháng trước
  • Brilliant, just brilliant!

    Zumikito MiniaturesZumikito Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Dude, you make some of the best instructional videos on VIworld. Thanks for making my hobby so much more approachable.

    SleepyHDSSleepyHDS2 tháng trước
  • The contrast wash is such a good tip, thank you!

    ChrisChris2 tháng trước
  • Es ist immer wieder erhellend deine Videos anzuschauen. Was mich dieses mal stört: Was du in einer Stunde hinhaust würde mich locker das vierfache an Zeit kosten :-D Übung, Übung, Übung, ich weiß. Danke jedenfalls, dass du dein Wissen mit uns teilst!

    Clint SeppowitzClint Seppowitz2 tháng trước
  • Great stuff!

    Kujo PaintingKujo Painting2 tháng trước
  • insane how fast you get such a great result! those metallics also look great

    Nico MommaertsNico Mommaerts2 tháng trước
  • I consider you to be extremely talented, educated and well trained. One of the best I've seen in you're craft.

    james kjames k2 tháng trước
  • "I know that speed painting is all around youtube right now, but painting is a hobby I enjoy" => I completely agree with you. I get the feeling that speed is the only thing some youtubers care about, sometimes to the point that it looks like they don't even enjoy painting. I love to seat and work on a miniature for a whole day. And my minis are precious to pe because I invested time in them

    Florent ArlandisFlorent Arlandis2 tháng trước
    • I like to take time on the characters. But being able to work on a miniature for a whole day isn't something I can do. If I want to devote all my spare time to painting, I have about 2 hours per day. Assuming I spend half that time painting, and I take 1 hour per miniature, I'm looking at 4 months to paint my army.

      Bobby CrosbyBobby Crosby2 tháng trước
    • Mini painting is actually several different hobbies rolled into one. One of those hobbies is playing miniature wargames. Not all wargamers want to paint to the highest level of detail, or pay an artist for a commission, or play with unpainted minis, but they'd like to get a reasonably good looking army together. Speed painting techniques are for those players/painters. It's popular around VIworld right now because 40k 9th edition recently released, so a lot of players are picking up entirely new armies. Being faced with 30-40-ish unpainted minis can seem super daunting.

      Andrew BrannanAndrew Brannan2 tháng trước
  • Hello trovarion :) Thank you. It will be nice to write in post prod the name of the paints when you use it, for people who don’t speack english very well (like me) ^^

    Sniper WolfSniper Wolf2 tháng trước
    • the colors rotate through in the beginning with the exact name

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Thanks for the video! I really liked your utilisation of the contrast colours and mention of the various techniques you used to follow-up later.

    RhagRhag2 tháng trước
  • I am pleasantly surprised that you using contrast paints in a same way as I do. I always looked at them as a tool rather than means to paint a miniature.

    Pijamas GagarinPijamas Gagarin2 tháng trước
    • @Trovarion Miniatures btw, how you deal with tidemarks, like the ones on the underside of an ork glove?

      Pijamas GagarinPijamas Gagarin2 tháng trước
    • Yeah, I think that's a good way to look at it

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Very nice seeing you using techniques that "normal" non-multiple-Golden-Deamon people like us use a lot. Seeing you dry brush felt almost like an heresy! ;)

    CyagenCyagen2 tháng trước
  • 10 days!! I need that shit now.

    John FoughtJohn Fought2 tháng trước
    • To the Patreon-Mobile, Batman!

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • It's probably worth mentioning that a model with sharp details does most of the work for you when you're using mostly washes, dry-brushing, and edge highlighting.

    DougDoug2 tháng trước
  • I really appreciate your content, it really helps me in my amateur painting haha! I think you deserve all the Patreon support you can get!

    Brian CassidyBrian Cassidy2 tháng trước
    • thank you!

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Chris first off, thanks for using a paint brush in this beginners video and for explaining your painting process and ideas in a way that a beginner like myself can understand and not find too intimidating to even attempt. Too often I see miniature painters posting "beginners guide" videos of themselves spraying away with their three hundred dollar airbrushes rambling on about shading, highlighting, weathering etc... I can barely manage to thin my paint out correctly on my wet pallet, much less operate an airbrush effectively on something as small as a 28mm miniature. I get that the ability to do so is attainable with lots of practice. But in my opinion that is not beginner level stuff. Please keep these videos coming, they are fantastic.

    T PT P2 tháng trước
    • thank you! Yes, it is a bit of a disconnect to expect people to have an airbrush, although i also love to work with them from time to time. I "grew up" using a brush though and I value everything I learned without the "crutch" of an airbrush, even though i absolutely value it as another tool in the box today.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Awesome video. A really good middle ground guide between super speedy battle ready, and more time consuming work. Goal achieved for sure.

    JamesJames2 tháng trước
  • Sounds killer

    Surrender the Ectype [METAL BAND]Surrender the Ectype [METAL BAND]2 tháng trước
  • There’s a time and place to speed paint. Recently I was wanting to change up my painting of miniatures a bit so I pulled out some minis from my Dungeons and Dragons Board Game Box sets and had fun slapping on Some paint 🤓

    Alex AndersonAlex Anderson2 tháng trước
  • That video really bring back the fun in painting miniatures for me. Simple approach, no gimmick or fancy techniques, just plain old relaxing hobby time.

    Sébastien FournierSébastien Fournier2 tháng trước
  • I always enjoy your videos so much. Every time I learn something new. Thanks for making such great stuff.

    Jeffrey HaasJeffrey Haas2 tháng trước
  • Wait until you build the ork leader... less blood bowl more build bowl... the way gw cut some these models is so terrible.

    Holtb80GamesHoltb80Games2 tháng trước
  • I just ofund your channel and omg, you make masterpieces!!!!!

    CreeperProductionsBRCreeperProductionsBR2 tháng trước
  • 10:55 flashback to the first time I watched the Exorcist... love this, and your content - thanks!

    IndigoIndigo2 tháng trước
  • The human looks funny, but I guess it has to do with the sculpt, not your painting. Very good ork for so little work!!!

    Sebastien BlaueSebastien Blaue2 tháng trước
  • 16:00 Crack Cocaine

    TheJacktorTheJacktor2 tháng trước
  • You lucky, lucky, ba.......! nice video

    Bunyip StudiosBunyip Studios2 tháng trước
  • Wow that painting handle looks nice. Were did you get it?

    Isaiah BlacksonIsaiah Blackson2 tháng trước
    • it's by I know pk pro sells them but maybe you can find them elsewhere closer to you!

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • So the secret to make a good looking black armour, is to start with a metallic paint !? Thanks for the advice ! (also your accent make it a lot easier to understand for a non native english speaker ;) )

    Féhanor MorkallFéhanor Morkall2 tháng trước
  • Always a great day when there’s a new trovarion video!

    Dan CammackDan Cammack2 tháng trước
  • Thank you for demonstrating what can be achieved in such short time without rushing and still enjoying the process of painting. I'm inspired so much that I'm already pulling out the paints to see how far I can get in an hour.

    Alfred ThompsonAlfred Thompson2 tháng trước
  • I'm looking forward to the next tutorial where you take these minis even further. This is the exact kind of content i'm looking for. I understand that a lot of people just want their minis on the table but i want to push everything i paint to my limits as i believe that's the best way to improve. Thanks for sharing your techniques, it helps inspire newbies like myself.

    My GodLikeSpeedMy GodLikeSpeed2 tháng trước
  • I guess, there is a time and place for both speed painting and taking your time with minis. I have to say that your experience really shows because of the ease with which you apply fundamental techniques. Great job as usual.

    coffee table wargamingcoffee table wargaming2 tháng trước
  • really excited for part 2!

    CreobroterCreobroter2 tháng trước
  • How many layers are you doing for your base-coats ?

    HaunnterHaunnter2 tháng trước
    • depends on the colors and primer color. two to 5 I would say, in extreme cases. I guess 3 are the norm. I basecoat with an airbrush, whenever possible.

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
  • Wish I could do that 5:07 - 5:10 in real life with a finger snap, instead of wasting precious hours on boring basecoating.

    Intermediate TranslucencyIntermediate Translucency2 tháng trước
    • same! :D

      Trovarion MiniaturesTrovarion Miniatures2 tháng trước
    • I suggest Vince Venturella videos on speedpainting basecoats

      Alexis MonginAlexis Mongin2 tháng trước
  • BLOODB BOWL!!! Great to see your enthusiasm for painting. I really like seeing what you can do quickly and what you can do when you take your time. It helps place my own skills on the spectrum of painting. Dialing it up and down can be fun, you are right we don't have to paint to our max all the time :)

    Ryan MacKenzieRyan MacKenzie2 tháng trước