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Announcement New tutorial sub-forum

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by The Red Devil, Mar 23, 2019.

  1. The Red Devil
    Salamander

    The Red Devil Defender of Hexoatl Staff Member

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    We have added a new sub-forum to the painting and converting section, the name of it is "Tutorials".

    Over the years, a lot of great tutorials has been created, but over time they are lost between other threads. To make it easier for new and old members, we are now moving all tutorials here to make them easier to find.

    Please note that while you can reply to any thread in the new sub-forum, you will not be able to create a thread. Do not worry though, if you create a tutorial or know about one we have missed, just ping a moderator and they will transfer the thread.
     
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  2. Sreeves
    Razordon

    Sreeves Well-Known Member

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    Awesome, I was always wondering if a tutorial section would be made nice to see the site being actively developed and cared for
     
  3. Warden
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    Warden Well-Known Member

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    Slann

    Crowsfoot Guardian of Paints Staff Member

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    It's why the mighty @The Red Devil has appointed more staff members.

    The staff at Lustria want to push the forum along, from my point I'm looking at creating a set of tutorials tackling conversions and terrain.
     
  5. NIGHTBRINGER
    Slann

    NIGHTBRINGER Second Spawning

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    I could do a tutorial on how to best keep your models plastic sprue grey!

    I also have a second more advanced tutorial in the works on keeping your models NIB (that's "new in box" for the uninitiated). ;)
     

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