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Yeah Plasmo is one of the Greats. For paint I like Scale-a-Ton, for armor, Martin Kovac. It is fun to admire the true artists. I like watching some of the R/C vids, those guys do very detailed scale, and they actually fly.
This will be a whole series on some of the greats in model making, Uncle night shift is next!
I hope you include Ebroin's Miniatures. Check out his Tirpitz build. That guy can take magic sculpt and styrene stock and make nearly anything. Doog's is also a respectable builder with practical insight. He is also superb with an airbrush, and weathering.
Will need to watch your video when I have time. 🙂
I've already done a video on Doog, will check out Ebroin. Thanks for the heads up.
Ebrion's videos are longer (his Tirpitz is on part 15, with each video over 30min), but so easy to watch. His talent is incredible, but he is also humble... "this piece doesn't look right, so I make a new one instead." He has patience that most would not be able to inject into their build routine, but he is inspiring none-the-less.
Absolutely spot on.
I've grown to admire Plasmo's scratch building and weathering skills. I've learned a lot from watching his videos.
Its amazing to watch. He truly has a talent thats astounding
This is really amazing modelling, lots of things to learn.
I think David has probably forgotten more about modelling than i know!
I have seen many videos of this amazing guy!
It is really amazing how he makes difficult (sometimes towards impossible...) things look easy!
Thanks for sharing, Tam!
I love watching him work. Its amazing
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