I have taken notes on everything I’ve painted in the last few years but I can’t find these ones. I’ll just have to improvise.Continue reading
This was painted for a character painting competition.
Not bad since its mainly Leadbelcher spray and my custom wash of 1/3 Nuln Oil, 1/3 Seraphim Sepia and 1/3 Lahmium medium. I can’t remember if I even highlighted it.
Some Reikland Fleshshade was added in areas to make it look like subtle rust and the base also had a light wash of it which is where the reddy colour comes from.Continue reading
The Eldar Avatar is probably the oldest model Games Workshop has still in general production as of this post.Continue reading
Maugen Ra first appeared in White Dwarf 173, May 1994Continue reading
I went for the “original” colour scheme for Eldrad. And when I say original I mean March 1994, White Dwarf 171.Continue reading
Updated as of July 2019. If you want to start painting miniatures, here are my recommended paints.Continue reading
Hacking my painting skills.
Pros and Cons
It’s time to distill some hobby moonshine by breaking down the successes and failures of my previous projects.Continue reading
The Tempest Hawks and why I couldn’t complete an army of them
I have an all too familiar problem. I can’t finish an army.Continue reading
I’m waiting for a nice new painting and photography lamp recommended to me by the guys at Siege Studio to up my painting and camera game, in the meantime here are some Imperial Guard painted by Morat over at Morat’s Miniatures. I purchased these from him a couple of years ago back in 7th edition when Guard had a terrible reputation in the game and he was having trouble selling them on eBay. Times have changed and due to the need for screening units, these are now extremely viable in competitive play.