9bstar: wow.... I wish i knew how to use/make a wash to make my german panther 1/56 model look more realistic. My tank is Sand dune beige or something
Jorge Mateos: What is the specific brand of floor wax you use? Incredible job on those tanks btw! I just saw your video and now you have me wanting to buy my own set and paint them!
Renfotzer: so cute
Mc1gamer: Can you post the website for the decals you used? I've tried to search for 1d4 enterprises, and not getting the right results :)
zezorc: Nice tutorial, can't wait to see more! Are you planning on doing other 15mm videos? (did anyone say "germans"?)
ualuuanie: 15mm = 1/100 scale?
Brett Thompson: Love the videos but you should turn off auto focus on the camera 8)
Michael Hughes: I splatted some brown paint on 15mm Stuarts V. Makes it look a lot nicer seeing as I just painted them green first.
Vekin1971: Thanks for this, it inspired me to use this method with my Sherman tanks.
Tyler Jacobs: Where do you purchase your models? my local model store doesn't have a very, fantastic selection
Michael H: OMG Shoot the main gun at the music. Otherwise, great video...
F15H3R M4N: Great video, but man oh man, that music is dreadful and spoils the commentary.
SirJackFlash69: thanks for the great tourtorial. But the music drives me crazy....
Mick Perrett: What a great tutorial. You have given me a motivation boost to tackle my plastic soldier British 1/72 Shermans for Battle Group Normandy. Some great weathering and dry brushing tips. Keep em coming !
Cander5142: Should you put another future gloss coat between the two brown washes?
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