No worries man. I was hoping that by showing a brief vid on lighting I might be able show people how easy it is. Before I started my suit I had no idea what I was doing but thought the LEDs are so cheap that it would wrong not to have a go at it. I should learn all the maths really so I can better explain how to do the lighting properly but I am sure there are guys out there that can answer questions of that nature on the electronics threads.Drack,
Seriously you just saved my ass with your lighting tutorial!!! I honestly thought I needed a degree in electronics to do what you did. My projects will no longer stumble around in the dark!! Thanks a million!!
My pleasure! Got a nice amount of days coming up soon so hopefully I can start my CQB video diary. Finding it hard to do any sort of building done atm due to work taking over. Might have to demand the wife lets me have a day of nothing but me timeOssum tutorials man, I greatly appreciate them. Serious Kudos man.
Thanks man. When do we get to see some work from you then?Hey Drack, jJust wanted to drop in to thank you again for these videos. The tips have proven to be very useful for making clean foam work at a good pace!
The whole glue gun nozzle trick is perhaps the best in getting nice clean results, but freehanding the 45-degree angled seams with two passes is also something that's proven to be actually better than the X-acto foam board cutter. Now that I finally have some free time to spend at the workshop I'm starting to pick up speed at last