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Warspite130 Jan 2023 3:54 p.m. PST

Warspite hits YouTube again with tips on basing figures, basing trees and doing diorama work using natural and found materials.
Sand, gravel, cork, twigs and recycling old DVDs and Compact Discs

YouTube link

At 24 minutes also my longest video so far as I am learning some editing.


Sandinista05 Feb 2023 3:01 a.m. PST

Subscribed so I can remember to watch later

Warspite106 Feb 2023 10:12 a.m. PST

Thank you, I do seem to have had an upswing in subscribers and 'thumbs up' so I assume I am doing something right.
Viewer feedback, positive or constructive negative feedback, is welcome.


Warspite116 Feb 2023 4:59 p.m. PST

Natural materials part 2

YouTube link

"Continuing with the use of natural materials plus steel nuts and shims to make tree bases. This week we learn that a steel teaspoon makes a great little spatula and we (or I!) also learn that UHU-type clear glue can reactivate when you least want it too. Don't worry, I saved it in the edit."


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