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Model Tiger tank painting techniques: hairspray and salt
 
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How I painted my 1/35 Afrika Korps Tiger I tank. This includes the hairspray technique and the salt technique for weathering paint. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/
Views: 25154 Dave's Model Workshop
How to make your own RUST for weathering scale models
 
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There are aftermarket rust powders, pigments and paints out there to buy, but they are $$$ EXPENSIVE. Why not try making your own rust to use for weathering your scale models? It's easy, it's cheap as chips, and best of all, it gives you actual real rust you can apply to your models. You can't get more authentic than that! This stuff is great if you're new to weathering or rusting models and want to try techniques before you shell out big bucks on pricey paints and pigments. Plus it's just fun (and funky) to make. All you need is steel wool, vinegar, and patience. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 54869 Dave's Model Workshop
How to model realistic dents in plastic scale models using heat
 
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How to add dents, dings and bends to your scale model. Perfect for fenders of tanks, armor, vehicles, cars. Avoid melting the plastic using incense.
Views: 8938 Dave's Model Workshop
Wingnut Wings announces their first WW2 aircraft subject - Dambusters LANCASTER
 
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Big news! Wingnut Wings have today announced they will release a WW2 aircraft in 1/32 scale, and it is a Dambusters Lancaster! Scheduled for release in 2019, this is their first WW2 aircraft! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 7436 Dave's Model Workshop
Make a diorama Static Grass Applicator for under 10 dollars
 
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Perfect for scale model dioramas! This hack lets you inexpensively build an applicator so that when you glue static grass to your diorama groundwork, all the blades of grass will realistically stand upright, not fall over. I also show you how to apply static grass to your dioramas. Plus it's fun to build :) Great for scale figure bases, 1/35 armor, tank or military dioramas and model bases. PLEASE NOTE: use responsibly! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/
Views: 45135 Dave's Model Workshop
How to model mud with just THREE ingredients
 
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Realistic, easy mud on your model tank, halftrack or jeep. Perfect for 1/35 scale armor and dioramas. Cheap and simple, I guarantee you have these three ingredients at your house already. Please check out my blog: www.davesmodelworkshop.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop
Views: 18481 Dave's Model Workshop
How to use a Wash to bring out detail on scale model figure uniforms
 
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When painting scale model figures, a simple Wash can really make details pop. It's easier than trying to paint shadows by hand, and much faster. Once you do a final drybrushing of lighter highlight tones, your model figure will have much more depth and realism. Works with acrylic, enamel or oil paints. Perfect for resin figures, soldiers included in Tamiya plastic kits, specialised Dragon or MasterBox model figures - try it, what have you got to lose? :) My blog: www.davesmodelworkshop.com Connect with me on facebook: www.facebook.com/davesmodelworkshop
Views: 26728 Dave's Model Workshop
How to make your own panel line scriber tool for $2
 
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Scribing or re-scribing panel lines on scale models can be a tricky thing. If you try to do it with a blunt scalpel, you will muck it up (trust me, I know!). But with this cheap tool you can easily make for $2, you will be able to re-scribe panel lines on scale model aircraft and vehicles easily, accurately and quickly. Gives you accurate control of where you want the scribed line to go - if you can draw a line with a pencil, you can do it with this tool! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 15694 Dave's Model Workshop
Top 5 weathering techniques for building scale models
 
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This video is a collaboration with Panzermeister36, where we each present our Top 5 weathering techniques for building realistic scale models. It's mainly aimed at beginner armor builders, but the methods are versatile enough to work for tanks, planes, cars, dioramas and figures, and can be used by beginners or very experienced modellers. The techniques I cover are: 5. The Salt painting technique 4. Sponge chipping paint 3. Home made mud for dioramas 2. Using pigments for dust 1. Oil paint washes After you watch my video, have a look and see what Panzermeister36's interpretation of the Top 5 Weathering Techniques for Beginners are - you can view Panzermeister36's channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/Panzermeister36 His Top 5 video is at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNcUJ0BACO4&feature=push-u&attr_tag=fE9iqqJDH1bgZh4R-6 ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 96515 Dave's Model Workshop
What tools will I need to start making models? - Scale model basics
 
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It can be a little intimidating when you first start building models. What tools do you REALLY need if you're on a budget? I present my TOP TEN list of affordable tools you need to begin making model tanks, cars, planes and dioramas. Start with these, and then progress to more expensive equipment as you gain skills and more builds! Comment if you think I missed any? ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/
Views: 16435 Dave's Model Workshop
The 2017 Australian Model Expo experience
 
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So in a previous video I showed you my experience entering my two scale model dioramas in the 2017 Australian Model Expo. Here are highlights of the whole Expo, and a view of my results. It's an amazing show each year, and there were some real standouts for 2017. Enjoy, and please ignore my grumpiness at not winning. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 84634 Dave's Model Workshop
How to scratch build detailed seatbelts for scale model plane cockpits
 
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This video shows you how to scratch build your own detailed pilot's harness or seatbelts for scale model aircraft cockpits. All you need is two dirt-cheap materials: thin wire and masking tape (any brand will do). Lots of older plane kits have no seatbelts, or crappy low-detail belts moulded on to the pilot's seat - with this technique you can make your own at NO COST and save on expensive photo etched seatbelts, the easy way to superdetail a fighter cockpit. That is a cheap model maker's dream, and the detail is great! ;) The model I am building is the ancient old Hasegawa 1/32 scale P-51D Mustang. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 38471 Dave's Model Workshop
The Ten Commandments of Building Scale Models
 
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These ten rules will make you a better model builder, and will help you to enjoy the hobby more, I promise :) Last week I listed these Ten Commandments of building scale models on social media, my suggested DOs and DON'Ts for getting the most out of the hobby, and it generated a whole lot of discussion. I thought a video would also be useful, a chance for me to explain and elaborate on some of my ideas. I don't claim to have all the answers, far from it, but these are humbly offered as thought-starters. I hope you find them helpful. Cheers, Dave ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 41554 Dave's Model Workshop
How to paint gunmetal on scale model planes, tanks and military figures
 
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This video shows you how to easily paint a convincing gunmetal finish on scale models. It's an easy, well-known technique, but for anyone starting out in making models, it is a real cracker. It can also be used for painting most metallic surfaces, e.g. painting iron, aluminium, silver, gold, bronze. Good for planes, armor, military figures, car or motorbike engines. Versatile, quick, easy and with pleasingly realistic results, what is not to love? ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 9420 Dave's Model Workshop
Finishing crystal clear canopies on scale model aircraft - how to guide
 
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How to best prepare clear plastic parts for AMAZING scale model aircraft. In particular, I'll show you how to use Future floor polish (also called Pledge) to get a crystal clear finish on your transparent plastic model canopy, but there's much more - I share techniques, pointers on how to avoid common problems and troubleshoot messy or murky clear plastic, how to avoid frosting or fogging of clear parts when you glue them to your model plane, how to fix flaws or imperfections, and polish out scratches in the clear plastic parts. The canopy I am working on is the bubbletop of a 1/32 Hasegawa P-51D Mustang, but this works for all scales. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 118196 Dave's Model Workshop
How to bend curves in styrene or plastic for scale models
 
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Styrene is great stuff when scratch building scale models, but it is stubbornly straight. Sometimes you need curved styrene plastic for your scale models. It's easy with the right technique! A few minutes and a little boiling water, and you can bend curves in any plastic surface. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 11885 Dave's Model Workshop
Scale Model Basics: How to stretch sprue for antennas and rigging
 
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Stretched plastic sprue is one of the most fundamental model making skills. It's great for antennas, aerials, WW1 biplane rigging, naval ship rigging, and weld seams. And best of all - it's FREE and the quantities are virtually limitless! There is a knack to it and for any new modellers or anyone who has ever struggled to easily produce stretched sprue, the tips and tricks in this video tutorial will help you produce consistent, fast and fine plastic wire. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 8306 Dave's Model Workshop
Beginner's guide on how to use photoetch on models
 
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A basic introduction on how to use photo etch metal on your scale models. I'm adding photoetched Eduard brass grills to a Tamiya 1/35 SU-122 tank (basically the same rear end as a T-34 tank). If you're new to photo etch, and want to add detail to your plastic models, this is for you. Check out my blog at www.davesmodelworkshop.blogspot.com.au
Views: 9349 Dave's Model Workshop
Special rather over-excited update: The Seahorse is almost finished!
 
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Tonight I put together some of the very last pieces of The Seahorse, and I was so excited I had to make a quick video and share it with you all! I will be producing a properly-lit, properly staged video soon, I promise, but for now - check out the almost finished model! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 2469 Dave's Model Workshop
How to make your own tow cables for 1/35 model tanks
 
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Make your own real metal tow cables for model tanks in 30 seconds. Forget the poorly molded effort that came in the kit, make your own and bend them to perfectly fit your masterpiece! Ridiculously easy. My blog: www.davesmodelworkshop.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop
Views: 5767 Dave's Model Workshop
Wingnut Wings scale model kits - are they really that good?
 
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Over recent years there's been a lot of hype about expensive Wingnut Wings model kits. Are they worth it? I took the plunge and started building my first ever WNW kit, and there are some pretty eye-opening results - it's not like building a standard, out of the box scale model kit. I discuss the quality of WNW plastic, decals, construction, printed references and instructions, and whether these really make the kits worth the cost. Special thanks to HobbyLink Japan, who provided this kit for review. If you like the look of the kit, it is available here: https://shop.hlj.com/2I6KIYo ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 35574 Dave's Model Workshop
How to paint and weather realistic propeller blades on scale model aircraft
 
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This video shows you how to paint prop blades on your scale model WW2 aircraft so that they look like weathered, beaten-up, realistic warbird propellers. The weathering tips and techniques include salt techniques for painting, sponge chipping, and oil staining. You'll never have to settle for a boring, factory-fresh propeller again! I'm building a 1/32 P-51 Mustang, but this is perfect for all scales: 1/32, 1/48, 1/72 all look good with this. Give it a try, it's easy, inexpensive and enjoyable, and you'll be pleased with the results. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 7297 Dave's Model Workshop
What hooked you on building scale models?
 
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What got you interested in building scale models? Can you remember that first kit you fell in love with, that you just had to buy and build? That first old-school hobby shop, with built models in showcases? Or was it a toy shop with a couple of Airfix plastic bags at pocket money prices? What got you hooked? Please chime in with a comment below, I'd love to know and see if there are any standout trends, brands or kits that got people into the scale model hobby. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 7017 Dave's Model Workshop
How to paint wood on scale models - Method 1 of 3
 
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This is PART 1 of a SERIES OF 3 video tutorials on how to paint wood on scale models. Realistic wood textures can be tricky for model makers, and in this video I show you how to use oil paints to replicate authentic wood grain on plastic model kit pieces, specifically in 1/35 scale. Good for wooden boxes, crates, fences, furniture and rubble in dioramas. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 19193 Dave's Model Workshop
What the bloody hell happened this month to Dave's Model Workshop?
 
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It's been three weeks since my last video, which is pretty poor form. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 1819 Dave's Model Workshop
The hairspray technique for chipping paint on scale models
 
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How to use hairspray to chip and wear away paint for an authentic worn and weathered look on your scale plastic model tanks and planes. Easy and fast technique, and uses cheap hairspray rather than expensive "chipping mediums" from hobby shops. My blog: www.davesmodelworkshop.com Connect with me on facebook: www.facebook.com/davesmodelworkshop
Views: 29923 Dave's Model Workshop
How to rig a model airplane - easy rigging for scale WW1 aircraft
 
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Rigging a WWI biplane or monoplane can be easy or hard. In this video I show you the easy way to do it with EZ Line - style elastic rigging (as well as tips to avoid doing it the hard way!). Join me as I install rigging on my 1/32 scale Wingnut Wings Fokker E.IV - it's a fiddly process, but totally worth it! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 5020 Dave's Model Workshop
How to strip paint from scale models - easily remove enamel or acrylic paint
 
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How to remove acrylic paint. How to remove enamel paint. This video shows you how to strip both kinds of paint from your scale models, without damaging the plastic underneath. It's easy, cheap, hassle-free and pretty much foolproof, using common items that every household already has. Just make sure you do it in a well ventilated space, and be careful with chemicals. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 16049 Dave's Model Workshop
How to make a realistic cast metal texture on your models with Mr Surfacer 500
 
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Do you want a convincing cast metal texture on your gun mantlet or tank turret? This tutorial will show you how to achieve this in under 15 minutes.
Views: 3470 Dave's Model Workshop
Wingnut Wings scale model kits - are they really that good? PART 2
 
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Following on from my first video about Wingnut Wings, this week in Part 2 I continue with the engine and fuselage of the WNW Fokker E.IV build. The extraordinary detail just keeps on coming - the radial engine is a little work of art - but I do encounter some issues with the fit of the fuselage halves. I will admit, some of the issues are just due to me ;) Special thanks to HobbyLink Japan, who provided this kit for review. If you like the look of the kit, it is available here: https://shop.hlj.com/2I6KIYo ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 7657 Dave's Model Workshop
How to paint 1/35 scale model figure faces - easy 60 second tutorial
 
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A simple, fast tutorial on painting model figure flesh tones, using AK Interactive Flesh and Skin Colours. Improve the realism of your dioramas with more realistic model figures. This is a companion video to a longer 20 minute tutorial on the same subject - please see https://youtu.be/f5aIXCfzK1Q or check my Youtube channel for this in-depth version. My blog: www.davesmodelworkshop.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/davesmodelworkshop
Views: 3387 Dave's Model Workshop
Painting scale models: Washes, Pin washes, Filters and Dot filters explained
 
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There is some uncertainty out there when painting and weathering a scale model about WASHES and FILTERS. In this video I explain the differences and show how to use 4 types: Washes - 1:01 Pin Washes - 2:52 Filters - 5:12 Dot Filters - 8:36. These are great ways to ensure colour modulation and bring out detail on your scale model tanks, armor, planes, trains or cars. They are very simple, and give you new tools to work with when painting and weathering your plastic models. The main thing I would stress is if you are planning to use oils or enamels for your washes and filters, it is best to do this over an acrylic paint job (the thinners involved will destroy an enamel surface). Enjoy! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 25526 Dave's Model Workshop
The three simplest ways to improve your scale model builds
 
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No matter how experienced you are building scale models, these 3 simple methods can help you to improve your modeling skills. They're not gimmicks or "tricks" - just 3 ways to make better scale models, purely by changing the way you think about your hobby. You don't need special tools, or lots of money, or the best kits. All you need is a willingness to improve. I sincerely hope this doesn't sound glib, or too much like clickbait - I genuinely stand by my comments in this video :) ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 6235 Dave's Model Workshop
Do you keep the boxes of scale models you have built?
 
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I was going through old models, looking for spare bits and pieces for a scratchbuild I'm doing, and I realised what a hoarder I am with old boxes of models I have previously built. Am I the only one? They take up space, some have amazing box art but some are distinctly average - why do I keep these empty boxes around, cluttering up my stash? I always keep spare pieces from the sprues, but the boxes... I dunno. Let me know your thoughts - either talk me out of it, or tell me I'm not alone! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 13015 Dave's Model Workshop
How to add a desert sand texture to your diorama - Part I
 
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In this video I show you how to model sandy desert terrain in the groundwork of your diorama. I'm working on a diorama with a Tiger I in Tunisia, North Africa, in 1942. This is Part I. In Part II the video will concentrate on adding rock texture and painting. Please visit my blog: www.davesmodelworkshop.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop
Views: 25623 Dave's Model Workshop
How to paint wood on scale models - Method 3 of 3 (new)
 
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This is PART 3 of a SERIES OF 3 video tutorials on how to paint wood on scale models. Using actual wood like balsa can be a solution for model dioramas, but there is a trick to painting it convincingly so it looks like authentic weathered and aged wood. This technique is easy to achieve, and is good for wooden shutters, windows, fences, walls, barns, buildings and any kind of structures in dioramas. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 8389 Dave's Model Workshop
The scale model range at Super Kids Land in Kyoto, Japan
 
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I randomly found this store today, looking fir a toy shop for my daughter. The scale model range is incredible! Model supplies, modeling tools, kits - this place has everything! It puts my local hobby shops in Australia to shame!
Views: 12180 Dave's Model Workshop
Visit To Tamiya Headquarters In Japan - Part 1
 
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Part 1 of my visit To Tamiya Plastic Model Corporation HQ in Shizuoka, Japan, and saw their corporate archive of historical kits and dioramas (original Shep Paine dioramas!) as well as historical vehicles, their current range, and more. Apologies for the audio quality, I’ve bumped it up as much as I can, but their quiet corporate office just isn’t the sort of place to rudely and loudly record video commentary!
Views: 39566 Dave's Model Workshop
Scale model science fiction ship scratch build -  Part 1
 
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My scratch build of a sci-fi anti-gravity ship is underway. In Part 1, I begin building the engine and some work on shaping the hull, all using found materials, plastic bits and pieces, and various greebles and spare parts from previously built model kits. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 14446 Dave's Model Workshop
How to paint realistic wooden propellers for WW1 aircraft scale models
 
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Painting laminated wooden propellers for First World War aircraft models can appear daunting, but this video shows you a simple and bulletproof method. It gives you a wood grain effect, and it's actually extremely easy, you just need to follow the process. Plus, the absolute beauty of this method is that it is very forgiving - if you don't like how its turning out, it is exceptionally easy to wipe it off and try again. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 4731 Dave's Model Workshop
What tool have you been using the longest in making scale models?
 
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What's the tool you've been using for years and years when building scale models? What is your irreplaceable tool? For me, it's a pair of surgical scissors which are just perfect for separating parts from their plastic sprue. So tell me in the comments below: what's your oldest modelling tool? ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 1602 Dave's Model Workshop
How to make a clear headlight lens for scale models
 
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A lot of older plastic scale model kits have solid headlight lenses. In this tutorial, I show you how to make a replacement clear headlight lens for your scale models, using spare bits and household items. It takes 5 minutes, and the result is definitely worth it for the added realism it brings to your scale model tank, car, plane, train or motorcycle. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 26363 Dave's Model Workshop
Scale model basics: How to remove superglue from your fingers
 
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It's a basic problem for scale model builders - how do you remove superglue from skin when you mess up? It happens to me regularly when I'm installing photoetched parts to plastic parts, and I hate the tight skin sensation once it dries. Luckily, there is an easy trick to removing CA Cyanoacrylate glue from your fingers! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 2219 Dave's Model Workshop
How to use plaster of Paris for the ground in a diorama
 
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How to build up groundwork in a diorama using plaster of Paris. This is my 1/35 Tunisian diorama. Height has been built up using polystyrene cut to shape, and plaster is then added to give detail. It does not all go smoothly. Learn from my mistakes people!
Views: 5388 Dave's Model Workshop
How to make custom decals for scale models using plain paper (not decal paper)
 
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It's easy to print and apply your own decals to scale models using only normal paper, not expensive specialised decal paper. It's an easy technique, and the results are especially good for a weathered, worn effect. Now there is a trade-off, it's not perfect and the results are not as good as real waterslide decals, but it's good to know as a backup technique and it might be just the thing to get you out of a problem situation some time! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
Views: 5625 Dave's Model Workshop
How to make rivets on a scale model - scratch build at no cost
 
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This tutorial shows you how to make your own rivets on plastic scale model tanks, armor and aircraft. This technique is easy, incredibly low-cost, uses materials you already have, and gives a great result. Perfect for adding texture to plain or low-detail models. Best for 1/35 and 1/32 scales. Detail up armor plates, engines, aircraft aluminium skins or landing gear, any surface that needs more texture. It's an old trick, but it's a goodie. ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
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WW2 North Africa diorama  -  Tiger I tank in Tunisia, 1943  -  using Tamiya 1/35 scale model
 
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This video showcases my completed WW2 Tunisian Tiger I diorama. It portrays a vehicle of the DAK (Afrika Korps) at a desert watering hole in North Africa, the crew asking directions from a local Tunisian. The model is the Tamiya 1/35 Tiger I Initial Production (No.227). Figures are a mix of Master Box German Tank Crew and Tamiya. North African ruin is from DioDump. All other diorama scenery and elements are scratch built. Build commenced in May 2016, completed November 2016. Progress pics and videos can be seen at my blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Gee, I'm proud of this diorama :)
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Mask & paint Japanese WW2 fighter markings on a scale model plane
 
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How to mask and paint your own Japanese markings on a scale model plane - you will never use decals again! The Japanese hinomaru (round red marking) on WW2 aircraft is the easiest masking job possible, and with a little extra weathering it will look a million times better than any model kit decal available. I did it on my 1/32 Kawanishi "George" model, and was tremendously happy with the results. Try it, it's easy! ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
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How to add a desert sand texture to your diorama - Part II
 
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In this video I show you how to model sandy desert terrain in the groundwork of your diorama. This deals with adding extra texture such as random rocks, and then beginning painting your project to look more realistic. This is Part II. Please see Part I for the original plaster and sand texturing of the base scenery. Please visit my blog: www.davesmodelworkshop.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop
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Final reveal of the completed 32nd scale Wingnut Wings Fokker E4
 
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It's finished! Here's my Wingnut wings 1/32 Fokker E.IV Eindecker. Find out the answer to the big question: would I buy another Wingnut Wings kit? ******* CONNECT WITH ME ******* My blog: http://www.davesmodelworkshop.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavesModelWorkshop/ Pinterest: https://au.pinterest.com/DavesModelWorks/ Music by www.bensound.com
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