Six of Green Stuff World Dipping Inks lined up for a review
8.5
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Review: Green Stuff World Dipping Inks – the 60ml Contrast killer?

Today I’m going to review Green Stuff World’s brand new Dipping Inks, yet another Citadel Contrast “clone”. What makes them special is their size: The paints come in large 60ml bottles, which is more than three times the capacity of a pot of Citadel Contrast, and that for an RRP of 5.75 €. More paint for less money, sounds too good to be true? Let’s take a closer look if these new Dipping Inks are worth it or not.

Warcry Heart of Ghur Unboxing
8.0
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Review: Warcry Heart of Ghur (2nd Edition starter set)

Usher into the Era of the Beast with the new edition of Warcry and our review of Heart of Ghur, the new starter set that relocates the game’s setting from the Eightpoints to the Gnarlwood in the Realm of Beasts. There are two brand new warbands to discover, a board full of new terrain, and slightly revised rules, so find out more in this review.

Chaos Cultists and Dark Commune unboxing
6.5
40k, Reviews

Review: Chaos Space Marine Cultists & Dark Commune

With some delay after the release of the new Chaos Space Marine Codex, the new Chaos Cultists and their Dark Commune are now released. In this review, we take a look at the contents of these boxes. We hope you like monopose models without build options…

Cinematic shot of an Alpha Legion Chaos Space Marine Legionary with plasma gun
40k, Showcase

Showcase: Alpha Legion Chaos Space Marine Legionary

As the Chaos Space Marine Legionaries from Kill Team: Nachmund will be released separately this week, I thought this would be the perfect occasion to get going with my Alpha Legion Kill Team. Here comes the first test model, a Legionary gunner, armed with a plasma gun, and painted with a metallic green-blue paint scheme inspired by their Heresy era appearance.

Chronicle Cards Wolf Bristle Brushes Review featured image
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Review: Wolf Bristle Brushes Set by Chronicle Cards

We all are familiar with sable, goat hair, and synthetic bristles for our miniature painting brushes. But why not… wolf bristles? Chronicle Cards has a beautifully made brush set with ten brushes from size 000 to 7, with rosewood handles and responsibly sourced wolf fibre. In this review, I’ll find out if the quality and longevity are up to high-quality Kolinsky sable.