Set some time aside this weekend as you’ll want to be sure to watch every part of this fascinating series of how to videos by Dave Browne as he take us through the techniques that he uses for modelling groundwork. Video is courtesy of Robert Wlodarek.
At the February IPMS Toronto meeting, John Antoni taught us how he constructs his own trees for use in 1/35 scale dioramas. Club videographer Robert Wlodarek captured this seminar and has made it available to share with everyone.
In his last presentation, IPMS Toronto member John Maher talked about applying armour techniques to aircraft. If you missed it, you can refresh your memory with another look at his seminar here.
In this upcoming session, John will talk about applying aircraft techniques to armour. He will present how he used aircraft building techniques to assemble the stowage on this Korean War Pershing. He’ll also review the painting and weathering techniques employed to create the finish on this model.
At the February IPMS Toronto meeting, Scott Jones taught us how he constructs his own trees for use in 1/35 scale dioramas. Club videographer Robert Wlodarek captured this seminar and has made it available to share with everyone.
As much as we want to avoid it, sometimes we have issues with our finishes and need to strip paint from our models. Join Dave Browne from Hornet Hobbies as he walks us through the techniques that he uses to remove paint. Video is courtesy of Robert Wlodarek.
Make sure you find time to come to the IPMS Toronto February meeting as we will be having a seminar conducted by members John Antoni and Scott Jones discussing their techniques for making scale trees for their dioramas.
“John Antoni will be conducting a seminar on how to construct 1/35 pine trees, that would be 40′ to 60′ high in real life. He will take people through the 6 steps required to accomplish a convincing end result. There will be 1 bonus step that shows a tree covered in snow!”
“AMPS / IMPS member Scott will be showing the others at the Feb 2018 meeting how to make pine trees.The various steps and examples involved from start to finish.They will be approx 8-9” in length.They could be used for several different scales.
It’s a pretty straightforward process, basically using 3″ paintbrush bristles, wire and wooden dowels, and a few other commonly used items in the hobby.”
Look forward to seeing you all there.
In the spring of 2017 we had the pleasure of having famed modeller Mike Rinaldi visit the Toronto area and conduct a number of seminars at Hornet Hobbies covering his hairspray and oil painting techniques. IPMS Toronto member Robert Wlodarek joined the seminars and was able to capture these fantastic videos.