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  1. via a few of the largeish youtube star trek discovery reviewers. The horrible HeelvsBabyface among them of which i can remember. But something being renewed and "pre production" is worlds apart from something actually being filmed and being in production
  2. Theres a LOT of rumours out there that this has been shitcanned, with lots of reshoots in S3 that didnt include any future story threads. This is fueled even futher by the warp into the sunset, the classic music and the Roddenberry quote at the end. even as far as the Actors guild or whoever it is, removing entries for Discovery from their future involvement while keeping the Strange New Worlds or whatever it is fully on there.
  3. thought of painting orks terrifies me. doing human skin to the level i want to do is hard enough, but then switching the pallete around to greens? hard pass.
  4. Ha i wish!!! No it's cut from the Forgeworld Blood Angel Transfer Sheet. It comes as BLOOD ANGELS Just like the one on the FW site has done.
  5. Thanks, it's just becuase the eyes are also green.
  6. still a long way to go on this Contemptor, but its starting to pull together. the red tones on the shoulders and body are starting to look how i want them, arms are barely touched yet, need more work on the eyes and to change the green in the top circles for a cold metal and i'll be happy.
  7. The prison break was fucking shit, made all the worse by the awful pantomime overacted twileks and every scene looking exactly the same as the last. I don't fully get the bottle episode thing when a hell of a lot of the scenes were done in UnrealEngine in a virtual stage. Must have cost 10 pence.
  8. Yeah but i think we're talking "inside" the house
  9. false. Priming with an airbrush is the way to go for anyone serious about painting. Mig One Shot / Badger Stynlrez primer 25psi NEAT with a .375/.4 needle and you get perfect results. rinse your cup with water as soon as you're done and immediatley start painting your base colours. I have no idea why some of you guys are struggling with this
  10. from what i heard, Latham was told to stop making youtube videos by the higher-ups at GW. But i can not confirm or deny
  11. surely the manchester united foundation would be delicious https://www.mufoundation.org/en/Charity
  12. yeah they swiftly took most of it down after their non-apology was seen throughbut the product still went for sale apparently. im not embedding it, but here this guy sums the whole debacle up as it unfolded: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUkbcw3GhrM&t=1165s
  13. However fuck AK Interactive for their debacle in thinking it was okay to hype and sell a book that features holocaust footage, bodies being bulldozed into mass graves in their marketing to cheesy zombie graphics and unlicenced stock music (complete with the watermark in place) and the book contents containing such delights as "how to build your own gas chamber and paint it using our products" and then if that wasnt enough, featuring products on their roadmap for "crying vietnamese child" "zyklon b poison gas model kits" etc. I've completley boycotted them, along with many other people in the c
  14. I have both cans of Halfords grey primers infront of me purchased a few weeks ago. They have "Primer Grey" and "Plastic Primer Grey" Im pretty sure the "Primer Grey" is the one they've always had. The Primer Grey says "The advanced acrylic based formulation is compatible with virtually all types of automotive paint, including cellulose finishes. It may be applied to existing paintwork or bare metal" The Plastic Primer says "is specially formulated for use on glass fibre and rigid plastic surfaces. It provides an ideal base coat for overpainting and ensures optimum adhe
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