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    Pogre,
    I tried the first set of links for the GW site, and they all send me to a "page load error" screen. The links to other sites work fine for me.

    Thanks for this thread, I've started feeling like I can finally do a good job with my own painting and leave those pre-painted minis on the shelf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lhorgrim View Post
    Pogre,
    I tried the first set of links for the GW site, and they all send me to a "page load error" screen. The links to other sites work fine for me.

    Thanks for this thread, I've started feeling like I can finally do a good job with my own painting and leave those pre-painted minis on the shelf.
    Thanks for the heads up. They have really modified their website and taken down some of the best painting and modelling articles. I had not been on there in a long time. I appreciate you checking the links - obviously I should do it more often

    I usually just add to the list when I find something useful for my own painting.

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    Added a link to Mike Kan's site. This guy has some solid instruction for painting table top quality figures quickly. His table top standard is pretty darn high!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pogre View Post
    Thanks for the heads up. They have really modified their website and taken down some of the best painting and modelling articles. I had not been on there in a long time. I appreciate you checking the links - obviously I should do it more often

    I usually just add to the list when I find something useful for my own painting.
    Well, the Aussie site seems useful still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankthedm View Post
    Well, the Aussie site seems useful still.

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    Thanks Frank! I replaced some of the links using the OZ site on the list.

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    Updated some links

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    Shading Metallics
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    Bumping this to clean it up and solicit new links.

    edit: Man! I removed a ton of links. We have lost a lot of good painting advice links to the ether!

    I will be updating links as I find and use them - by all means, share your favorite resources.
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    Added a new link under DIPPING for you speed painters out there:

    The Army Painter is a company that produces a ton of stuff for speed painting. They have three kinds of dips, base spray paints, base terrain, and now a new line of paints. The site hosts a number of "how-to" articles. I've used their products for painting historicals and it is good stuff. They are a worthy resource for those looking to paint a lot of troops quickly!
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