Rui S Thanks you very much for the heads up . I'm thinking using a WC fan...
13. October, 20:12
coporado Rui, everything is well organized and you made it really nice place to work. For having natural light you might find appropriate lamps on the market. Daylight has a range of 5000 - 6000 Kelvin, which these lamps should cover. You can get them for around 20 EUR. I´m happy with 2 lamps providing that range. Particularly for figure painting I love it. Concerning the airbrush both a bathroom/ WC fan is great. You may just put it behind a filter of a kitchen hood. I did mine the same way, putting it in a wooden box and attached some LED stripes inside around the painting area.
14. October, 05:52
Rui S Hi Coporado, I'm quite happy with my led lights. I have 3 on the celling, two on the drawing board, and a third (hot and could each with ajustements) in the magnifying glass that i always use because I am seeing worse and worse and I already use 2.5 glasses. i Was talking more about an inclosed space without a glass window.
As to the booth, yes that's what I'm planing and use a conduit directly to the ventilation grilles on the left
14. October, 17:59
Rui S New Layout. Now on the left there is place to a spray booth. One day, one day
Rui S @Peter, I wrote "TEST" because I reactivated this thread to do a test with Tim, about the photos rotation feature.
Two photos in this album had been rotated and the thumbnails were missing. A old existing & anoying bug, fixed by Tim right away that day.
Didn't reply to you before because I didn't want to pull up the thread again.
@ Cesare, Thank you for your kind comment. I'm glad you like this one. Always apreciated.
11. July, 11:35
Al I've got the older version of this kit molded in the dark gray and it's a tough one to work with; congrats for doing a stellar job, especially with those rather difficult and sometimes strangely posed figures of theirs. (I'm thinking of the Italeri Schwimmwagen with the officer holding his elbow up over his head LOL).
18. July, 12:15
Rui S Thx a lot Al, much apreciatted and I'm really glad you like it.
I really liked all the work needed to make the kit and figures something decente. the result always serves as an incentive.
I'm leaving my best kits for when I have more experience.