vuk yu: Nice instructional video, very informative.
Tim bucktoo: Did you glue two painted surfaces together or do you scrape paint away?
Reason I ask is, I purchased that Extra Thin Cement you use and am not
sure what it's capable of. Great video
Maximilian178: Wow these Sherman Models look nice, do these models fit into any scale like
1:72 or 1:76? I never saw them in stores here. ^_^
Mike Aster: I use USA olive drab
John Kelley: Wow you guys need to learn how to spell words the right way
aforce66: It is 1:100 scale.
pdepaolis: Is it necessary to use an enamel wash over the clear coat for it to wipe
off like that?
bogusbyte: Nice video as always.... learning somting new every time from watching....
ThePaintingClinic: @Luk4zguy97 Yes. Model and Game Color line.
Gerrcinn: fantastic as always, I picked up a box of each of these recently along with
the panzer IV for my Germans, I think I may have to steal your technique,
thanks again for another great vid
MidoriMan: So, what kind of smell is the MIG wash? I'm renting out a room and don't
wan't my landlords complaining about odors.
ravingmad8: Awesome work. I wish youtube still used the Star rating system so I could
give you 5! I've been on the fence about starting FoW I want to do
something a bit different so I'm thinking about doing a British armored car
company. If you have a Staghound or Daimler lying around and want to do a
tutorial I'd appreciate it.
grancapitan81: the video is great, but we do not know English we would do well to insert
panels with the steps you follow to read it and know that using paintings,
mixed ... thanks
Felix Lind: Thx
scaleModelAddict: Nie job man. Really looks bigger than 15mm. Nice turntable too. :)
Sonnyp Jim: @ThePaintingClinic Thanks for the quick and enlightening response. Just
checked on their site, it seems the British late war 15mm infantry are "in
the pipeline" so hopefully out soon. :) After spending some time looking
around on YouTube/Google, the 15mm German & Soviet infantry do look very
well detailed for their size as you said. I think you have helped with my
decision (In part to the awesome looking Shermans you painted!) Gonna go
for 15mm scale I think. Thanks!
Vincenzo Mondello: Great video it will help me a lot. :) Hey ThePaintingClinic can you do a
video on how to paint US WW2 M10 Tank Destroyer. Thanks Vince
Mike Lestrange: I believe I purchased one of these exact tanks at a gaming store called
quarterstaff games in Burlington, Vermont.
Karl FireBreather: you using Valejo paints?
Hammerpaints: very very nice ty my friend will watch agin and agin loved it and paint job
Karl FireBreather: you using Valejo paints?
ThePaintingClinic: I believe so.
ThePaintingClinic: It's not diluted. Use it straight out of the bottle.
japanesesandman: Stunning work!
wdk538: What the name of the thinner you use
Steve20127: Very interesting video. You certainly know how to put those models
together. Good colour info too. Thanks.
wdk538: How many years have you built plastic kits
ThePaintingClinic: @gyrusse 10 max. Putting together a late war list and US get crappy tanks
so I have to add more infantry.
atftbone: Nice work on these.
Brody Carlson: can you do a tutorial on how to paint german camo on a Stug.
Sonnyp Jim: Insanely great detail with these minis! I plan on collecting either 15mm
scale or 20mm (1/72nd) scale sometime soon - most likely a British armoured
company. But torn between what to collect in scale... The 15mm Shermans
look around 6.5cm in length and around 3cm wide. Are they really that big?
If so, may go for them instead of 20mm, was not wanting to get miniatures
with barely any detail (was concerned about the infantry in 15mm) but the
tanks and crew look fine in this vid.
VictahVonDoom: great vid bud
Joe Northrop: Never mind brown velvet . Could not get video to play when I originally
asked ..great stuff keep it up
MAlgol: Excellent video! Is there something special about that floor wax or can i
use any? And do you just paint it on with a brush?
grancapitan81: What are the colors that you use the brush to dry? thanks
Bulgy mallard: Actually, Allied Command set out a combat field manual saying that mounting
spare treads or sandbags infront of your tank did little to stop a shell....
ThePaintingClinic: @lukazila111 True, but they were not always there. I've done that to tanks
before, but I was running a little low on decals.
wdk538: What is the type of the kit. Is it Sherman M4A1.
Paul Thompson: Sorry the trumpet is way to distracting.
Rita Barry: 15mm, is that around 72nd scale? pls reply
Peter Lam: If you ever want to do a tutorial on how to paint Panther As I got five of
them I can loan you for the tutorial :).
wdk538: Its very importent
FforforGamingDK: you can make a list of what colors you use?
comissar1998: were they primed at all first??
GYRUSS: Nice work....How many tanks do you need to complete?
ThePaintingClinic: @GreyFergy101 As stated, Plastic Soldier Company.
pbdimitri: did you prime those?
ThePaintingClinic: @Sonnypjim09 The 15mm Sherman are 5.5cm by 2.5cm. I have a 1/72 one and
it's 8cm by 3.8cm. Most 15mm figs are pretty crappy, but Plastic Soldier
Co. makes nice detailed 15mm German and Russian infantry, with Americans on
the way. No word of British, though. They do have Brits in 1/72 scale.