epicfantasy: yes, they would be very good with this.
spookyspookynicky: Can i have all the supplies please.
epicfantasy: You can use real dirt!
Faust: @eduardssmits oh no! i think you'v got it backwards! :+]
aeminence: What kind of paints did you use in this demonstration and where would did
you buy them?
clawheart: bahahahahahah boy scouts? bahaha omg
clawheart: ooo verry nicely done
willtomason: @epicfantasy what type of main terrain do you use. Static grass flock etc.
candpvids: were can u get grass stuff
epicfantasy: those are terrain textures. Buy em in bags from woodland scenics.
epicfantasy: company called woodland scenics. Can buy it all online at amazon or a hobby
shop or model railroad shop. Michaels has it and other craft shops
Saraphine S: You're a great artist. I never did one before so I wanted to know the
basics and you were very clear in your video. Thanks much :)
epicfantasy: Thank you! I am glad that I could help. But it was you who did it and
earned the A+. Congrat!
epicfantasy: @123xxx82 you could use paper mache. It's flour and water. I have a vid on
how to make a paper mache diorama.
Dylan O Brien: do woodland scenics produce gravel???
THERANDYORTONFAN100: is there like another way to do these dioramas without having to buy to
much stuff, like from home things, like the turfs of grass, how else can u
make those? without buying it in the internet, or geting a brush? Just
Kidding, im doing a safari diorama, i got some toy trees and animals from
toys r us, my teacher told me that i need to have a lot of 3D Feel. any
w0wrox: Thank you so much sir, you are truely the one who helped me most with my
social studies project. I had to recreate the Battle of Shiloh and your
videos helped me greatly. I just wanted to express my love for your work
and your tutorials. I also had so much fun on this last project that i
think I'll keep in touch with your videos and start makeing dioramas just
to keep around the house. Thanks, Alex
bleushift: @EthanDagRaven for good turf or mud and graas use moss clean it and let it
dry.. makes exellent dirt and bushes
epicfantasy: @willtomason My main terrain is the green woodland scenics fine turf.
eduardssmits: You are a stupid pickle :P
jumperdude8108: what about the type of paint you use to paint figures?
epicfantasy: You are very welcome, glad my tutorial helped. Have fun making dioramas. I
have some more diorama videos coming :)
epicfantasy: Nice! If you take any digital pics of your diorama send them to me. Will be
glad to post them to my website!
mecca2879: hi what was that white, look like a flour u put on the base(part1)???? dd u
mix it w/ water??? ty
beupul: where can i get hydrocal?
Ante1Bellum: you mean mic?
sharingon461: what do you recommend for making a forest bed? like what to use for grass
The96GuitarFreak: What kind of glue did you have in that spray bottle? O.o
epicfantasy: I checked out your video of your d day diorama. Nice work with the plaster
of paris. It looks very realistic.
willtomason: @epicfantasy does static grass flock work or is in not as good. In Shepered
Paines Books he says static grass flock from woodland scenics is good to
HotRodGreaser: @XxZomBieEaTfLeShxX i use a clear base paint and spray the parts where i
want mud then i mix water with outside dirt and spread over parts where i
want the mud then spray the mud with a thick clear coat it works great.
batkin1970: you can also go to Hobby Lobby, they have really fine sand (kids section)
in all kinds of colors. i use real sand then after i glue it i will use the
fine sand to fill in the gaps. works really well. use a dropper with water
and glue mixture plus a little color to glue in the mixture.
jumperdude8108: what kind of paint did you use? Woodland Scenics is the bomb.
Xythe43: @epicfantasy Hey Will, what material could I use for sand? cork? and how do
I make a cactus?
TheFewzz: I have a green, black and brown paint , do i need any other colour? Also it
sounds silly but the one i am about to start on is about double the size
you are making here. Would one of those bags of grass cover the whole
thing? hard to work out how much you need.
epicfantasy: That's awesome, thanks. I am going to order some for use. And your tip
about using a dropper with water is outstanding. Great technique and I have
got to start using it.
epicfantasy: Yup, I am sure hobby lobby has all the textures and materials to make
95predator: in germany it's noch but I think in germany is more offered. Look for
"seemoos", I actually don't know the english word for it but you'll find
epicfantasy: @aeminence These paints are from a company called woodland scenics. I buy
them off amazon.
TheAustinsmiley: @epicfantasy thanks but don't go out of your way just if u get a chance
shahe66: looks real nice man best diorama tutorial on youtube another 5 star video i
watch all your diorama and tutorial videos keep up the good work man 5/5
Ard Donivia: hey will. I've been through all of ur 300 video tutorials and applied it
already and itz works. thanks a lot man.
epicfantasy: @KATIUSCIAD i use a product called turf. It is made by a company called
woodland scenics. COmes in lots of colors and textures.
Julia Clark: @rexyrexerton ya I just used it for a diorama and real dirt worked great!
Xythe43: @epicfantasy Hey Will, what material could I use for sand? cork?
Luka Alfeldi: Thank you, i've found them on their website! :)
epicfantasy: Thanks! Are you going to give it a try? If so, send me a pic, glad to put
it on my website :)
epicfantasy: @TheAustinsmiley I will look it up. Can't promise but will look. Sounds
like an interesting project.
Tannersvan: does hobby lobby have any i have one near and im thinking of ,making one
Hummingbirds2009: Love it!!!!
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