This is Tales from the Network, the semi-regular feature on Tale of Painters. This is the place where we will present you the best posts from our friends and fellow bloggers from the ever-growing Tale of Painters Blog Network. It’s been a while since our last update, so there have been quite a few great posts in the meantime:
- James Wappel Miniature Painting has a beautifully painted and weathered Storm Eagle.
- More flying Forgeworld goodness: An Imperial Fists Caestus Assault Ram rendered in a superb paintjob by Home of Cadaver.
- A must see Genestealer Hybrids army by Laughing Ferret.
- An Ork Bommer, all rusty and weathered, by the unrealistic artist.
- A nice Belial conversion by Dims’ Galleries.
- Some Imperial agents, beautiful conversions with all those imperial gothicness we love, by Pirate Viking Painting.
- Itsacoyote Workshop gives you advice which kind of Airbrush to buy.
- Flyers seem to be all the rage, here is another one: A Salamanders Storm Talon by A Bunch of Tactical Whatevers.
- War Gamer Hub reviews the Formula P3 Wet Palette.
- Brial Carlson Miniatures has a bunch of dangerously looking Necron Wraiths.
- Finally the new plastic Orc heroes in a Golden Demon worthy paint job by camelsonart.
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