Open Fire! StuG Painting Guide November 23, 2014 BrianRoose23@gmail.com ⋅ paint, flames ⋅ Like 0 Thanks! You've already liked this « Airbrushing RC Car Realistic Flames – Lexan Car Body Paint » How To Paint Flames The Easy Way-Part 5 25 Comments colddrake80 November 14, 2012 @ 11:33 pm Looks very nice. Wish their had been a video like this when I was painting my French tanks. It would have made things a lot easier. As for the stippling method I agree it works well but wrecks brushes. Do they make a stippling brush that is fine enough for 15mm models like this one? Cymrusaint November 16, 2012 @ 12:17 pm That’s great. Can you do one for the paras and grenadiers? James Brown November 16, 2012 @ 8:00 pm Those are coming – hopefully next week. James Brown November 16, 2012 @ 8:04 pm I haven’t seen any small purpose-made stippling brushes anywhere, but you could make your own very easily by trimming the bristles on an old synthetic brush which no longer has a nice point. About a #0 or #1 should work, depending on the brand. Cut the bristles straight across, about 3mm long. It’s a bit basic, but it’s better than throwing out an old brush that’s no good for detail work any more. colddrake80 November 16, 2012 @ 10:28 pm Okay, I use a lot of cheap synthetic brushes so I should have a couple laying around. Thanks for the prompt response. Jur2225 December 20, 2012 @ 6:07 pm This makes me want to paint some miniatures and vehicles. Thanks for the inspiration 🙂 luiseneas December 24, 2012 @ 9:57 pm What is the brand of the brushes? coolsskin March 17, 2013 @ 5:10 am Gehehe! it LookS So easy!! Butt i Knowe it isn’t!!! Nice Vid! edwil777 April 22, 2013 @ 1:26 am You don’t need to be an artist i went in with no artistic skill and mine look brilliant according to others. gamerspotter May 11, 2013 @ 6:00 am Thanks, the actually inspires me:) degydyarev June 11, 2013 @ 5:19 am I have a small question. In the Open Fire! set, in the plastic box with the Pak 40’s, there is a small metal cilinder in a separate small plastic bag. Where is this cilinder for? Thus far I have found no use for it. FarkonGnome June 21, 2013 @ 2:23 pm @degydyarev : Those are spent shell casings.. place them around your pak40’s degydyarev June 22, 2013 @ 5:44 am No, the shell casings speak for themselves, I am talking about a different cilinder, one without a circular base. But I figured it out, the thing I was talking about were the magnets from the open fire box. thanks for the response anyway Senseist August 6, 2013 @ 5:35 am Joining the army but I am very interested in trying FOW out 🙂 WulfOne October 3, 2013 @ 6:51 pm This was a very helpful video. I have a 1/72 scale Pz II and Tiger E late model I want to paint. The camo part was very helpful as I don’t have a an airbrush or spray cans of model paint. prospectian October 22, 2013 @ 12:35 pm excellent and very helpful. WulfOne October 25, 2013 @ 6:57 am I just bought a bottle of Vallejo middlestone and it is really dark. Not light like in your video. lincoln taylor October 26, 2013 @ 12:16 am do you live in nz ? MisterDingDing October 29, 2013 @ 11:03 pm I think the Flames of War company is based in NZ. shimble11 December 9, 2013 @ 1:42 pm PLS HELP! – Can i use a dark grey primer instead of black? Kevin Black January 21, 2014 @ 5:34 pm Can you paint Russian infantry? Josh Modeling March 23, 2014 @ 6:03 am That’s an odd stug, stug 4 body on panzer 3 chassis sidewinder1911 March 27, 2014 @ 6:18 pm I’m new to modeling, and i’d like to ask – is washing basically mixing paint 50/50 with water, then brushing in onto your paintjob? oOSoulStormOo July 30, 2014 @ 5:59 am In 5:00 the three stugs look much more … grey ? Is this the Camera or do you use there different colours ? They look great and can’t wait to paint mine :D WulfOne November 16, 2014 @ 12:59 pm Vallejo must have changed their mix for Middlestone because the one I have is too green not enough yellow. It wouldn’t make a good dark yellow in my opinion. As it is almost green it seems. Tamiya dark yellow looks more like the color of paint used here.