Daily Grind - Part 6 - Finishing the Chaps & Gun Belt from Out West Woodcarving Videos on Vimeo.
Hi Lynn, it's another vote for the HD from me, the close up shots in particular are fantastic, and to Judy you got the positioning perfect in this video with Lynn having the table slightly to his left and you slightly to his right , we could see every brush stroke perfectly, that HD is amazing thank you both so much for the upgrade. Looking forward to the next video!! Trev
Trev: Now you must be the most devoted follower around this place. Watching carving videos at 6 in the morning?
Hi Lynn , devoted I am but it's about 11am where I am, snowy Newcastle upon Tyne in England, keep up the good work my friend :)
Aha! I spent two enjoyable years outside of Harrogate, Yorkshire back in the early 60's. What I wouldn't give for a pint of William P. Younger's Yorkshire Ale!
I know the place well Lynn , if I could send you over a pint I would ice cold in a fat pint glass!!
Well with the new time change I'm here early , I'm still running on the old time.I just shake my head at how easy you make it look.I can't wait to finish a carving so I can try to paint using your style with shading hoping to make it look real.Out stand as always. Ginny
Painting progresses, and he looks better with each stroke. I went to the store yesterday and got my asphautum and Mediterranean blue. I am not sure the Mediterranean blue I got was the same shade as yours, it looks pretty light to me. Maybe a difference due to the brand. As a side note, I was at Michaels and they rang up the Mediterranean blue at 33 cents, so if it isn't dark enough, I guess I am not out too much money. I see from the videos you have several different brands of craft paint (as I am sure most of us do), do you have a favorite brand name for some of the colors? If so could you let us know when you use a color that you have a preference for (brand wise that is, the color names you already give us). I am still trying to learn or figure out which paints are transparent and which are opaque...you would think that information would be in a table on the manufactures web site, but if it is I haven't found it yet. So many little details to learn,but that is what makes you the sensi and us the students.