On of the things I love about Squidmar Miniatures is that Emil is always trying unique, unusual, and just plain kooky stuff to make his miniature painting channel more entertaining and fun. Chalk this one up to kooky.
In it, he paints the bust of a medieval knight while dressed in a set of 14th century armor. Given the weight and the heat, he's exhausted even before he starts painting and it's not long before he starts removing the helmet, the gauntlets...
Some of the YouTube comments are great:
"Now to take it to the next level: Painting a dragon, as a dragon."
"When you realize the bust of the knight has no arms."
"You should make a series called 'painting an X dressed as an X.' That would be cool."
Julian Baumgartner has been sharing wonderful videos of his amazing art restorations, including one of his most ambitious projects ever, the restoration of a copy of Guido Reni’s masterpiece L’Aurora. Spend an hour watching a master of his craft transform this work.
“I painted a happy little scene from Animal Crossing. Doomguy is there too!” This video is from Two Ruru Paints, IMGURian @tworuru’s YouTube show in which he paints landscapes and scenes from video games and pop culture.
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