Posts Tagged ‘Infinity’

 

 

Hello Reader.

 

Another quick post today letting our Portuguese speaking readers know that another episode of the “Papo de Mesa” Podcast has been posted on the blog.

 

As usual if you speak the language I couldn’t recommend it more. This episode was a blat to record and it gets funnier each time I listen to it while painting.

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Hello Reader!

 

Another quick post today letting people know the second part of the second episode of the Papo de Mesa Podcast is finally online.

 

In this episode we continue talking about the rudiments of miniature painting, sharing our insights with our listeners, so if you ever wondered what “primer” is, had no clue about how to “Drybrush” or “Wash” a miniature and has been wondering what the hell milk consistency is ever since you first began painting this episode is right for you. Mind you our episodes are recorded in Brazilian Portuguese.

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Hello Reader.

We published a while ago a review of one of Warmill’s MDF scenery kits, the Outpost Kit.

If you missed it back then you can click this link to check it out and see all I had to say about it back then, before checking the video on today’s update.

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Hello Reader.

 

Another episode of our podcast show was published last Tuesday. I could only get round to posting about it here on the blog today so if you’ve been listening to it and have been waiting for a new episode to be published here I apologize.

 

This week’s episode has been dubbed “Painting 101” as the hosts, your truly here and my mate “Ultra”Marcos from the CPT&P blog, and guests chat a bit about the miniature painting hobby sharing what we consider important tips for those beginning in the hobby.

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Hello there.

 

I often mention the ReLOAD channel on Youtube. Owned by a good friend of mine ReLOAD is Brazil’s first wargaming channel on Youtube and has since its modest origins grown in size and content and now they’re holding their first contest, offering you not only the chance to be featured on their channel, but also a prize!

 

In order to participate all you’ll have to do is send in pictures (from 10 to 15 photos) or a quick video (no longer than a minute) of whatever miniatures you have painted as of late. The idea is to showcase your work and according to them ANYTHING GOES as long as you have painted it yourself (and yes, you can participate in it even if you live outside Brazil and doesn’t speak Portuguese).

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Hello there.

 

Another quick post today letting our readers know we’ve published the second part of our podcast.

 

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Hello Reader.

 

I couldn’t be happier as a project which has been nurtured for very long has finally seen the light of day.

 

If there is one thing the wargaming hobby has provided me with over the course of the last decade are good like minded friends.

 

One of these is Marcos, also known as “Ultra”Marcos, from the “Chumbo Plástico Tinta & Pincel” blog, whom I’ve become very close to over the years. As we live far away from each other one of the things we do a lot is talking about our hobby and our hobby related experiences over the internet and on the phone and as we’re both great enthusiasts of podcasting we had often talked about doing it ourselves focusing on our hobby.

 

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Hello Reader.

 

This is the Portuguese version of the “Catwalk Set” scenery kit’s review published earlier today here on the blog. Please check that out if you missed it as it’s a GREAT scenery piece by Micro Art Studio.

 

Over and out.

 

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Hello there Reader.

 

One thing I’ve been trying to do a  lot more with the blog lately is reviewing and showcasing different options in the miniature war gaming market to the Brazilian community and the blog’s audience. As you probably know it’s been increasingly difficult to get hold of GW products down here in Brazil (and pretty much everywhere else in the world where GW doesn’t have a presence or retailers carrying their products) and we’ve been purchasing our hobby supplies from other companies in the market.

 

The art of scenery making has taken a few blows since GW and other companies have begun making top quality scenery pieces and lately I’ve been fascinated with laser cut MDF scenery pieces as it seems there are a lot of options out there in the market today.

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Hello there Reader.

 

I’m quite often asked how one should begin in the hobby of miniature painting. The answer couldn’t be simpler: Buy some miniatures, good paints and a good brush and start painting. It’s really that simple.

 

Miniature painting, like any other skill, is an ability which we’ll develop over time with a lot of study and practice.

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