In this video we demonstrate a relatively quick and easy method to create marble-like paint effects on concrete casted zodiac plaques.
In this video we apply washes and the dry brushing technique to create a faux blue patina with bronze paint effects. As you can mostl likely tell from the thumbnail, the object getting the paint FX treatment is a concrete leaf. The concrete leaf has been featured on the channel wih other paint jobs and you can also find out how to make a concrete leaf from scratch, make a latex leaf mold along with many other leaf molding and casting videos on the channel.
In this frequently asked questions video we address the issue with bubbles and cracks in plaster of Paris casting and ways to avoid this common problem.
In this video we take the Wabi Sabi approach to creating something of beauty from something broken. In this case, we piece together a broken dragon cast made from concrete and use various paint effects to breathe life and character back into the formerly broken cast.
It has been asked many times by people wanting to start out with creating paint effects on their casts and models, ‘What is dry brushing?’. In this video we show a fundamental approach to dry brushing and a good basis to start from using acyric paints on a plaster casted pine cone.
FAQ #8 In this video, I explain how I use brushes while layering up molds/moulds with latex.
Happy new year for 2022 from Moonrunner Music & Astrocat! Here’s a little ambient guitar ditty to celebrate the incoming new year!
Getting close to Christmas now and just another update video with Drama rambling on.
Palm muting for guitar crash course. In this video we take a look at palm muting and implement the technique in various ways.This video includes some basic and intermediate palm muting techniques for those wanting to know what palm muting is and how to do it.
There are some familar riffs used as examples in the video and if you can guess the bands/musicians who played them and the songs names, let us know what you think they are in the comments below. 🙂
Featured in this video is arguably the most played guitar lick ever played in rock history! A three string guitar lick with four notes played from the minor pentatonic scale shape which you may find familiar from many rock songs throughout the years and decades, spanning both the 20th and 21st centuries and spanning many genres of music beyond rock, including pop, metal, hard rock and the list goes on! The lick has it’s origins in blues music hence the minor pentatonic.
If you can name some famous songs where this lick makes an appearance, let us know about it in the comments below!
Rock on brothers and sisters! 🙂