3 pots of Green Stuff World fluor pigments on green lit background

Review: GSW FLUOR fluorescent pigments

Today we got the GLOW as we review Green Stuff World’s range of FLUOR fluorescent pigments. Can these make realistic glow effects much easier than painting by brush?

The colours from the Nostalgia 94 starter set from Warcolours on a blue gradient

Review: Warcolours Nostalgia 94 paints

Oldhammer fans rejoice, you can now paint like it’s 1994 again! Warcolours’ Nostalgia 94 range is designed to recreate the colours and feeling of the Citadel paint range of the late 90s. Since then, miniature paints have made quite some progress, so I’m curious whether nostalgia paints can keep up with modern paint ranges or not.

Unboxing of the Kill Team: Ashes of Faith box on a concrete background
Kill Team, Reviews

Review: Kill Team: Ashes of Faith

Just two weeks after the “Gallowfall fiasco” comes yet another Kill Team expansion set. In our Kill Team: Ashes of Faith review we take a look at both old and new models (but mainly old) and the brand new 2-player campaign system.

Cinematic shot of two Blood Bowl Zombie players and dice on a gaming board
Blood Bowl, Showcase

Showcase: Blood Bowl Shambling Undead Zombies

While I’m waiting for Leviathan and the new Warhammer 40.000 edition like all of you, I wanted to use the time until then to paint the remaining models from my Blood Bowl Shambling Undead team. After my first test model which I painted a couple of months ago I follow up with a pair of Zombies.

Warcry: Nightmare Quest box on a concrete background

Review: Warcry: Nightmare Quest

The Questor Soulsworn Stormcast Eternals clash against the Royal Beastflayers of the Flesh-eater Courts in today’s review of Warcry: Nightmare Quest. Sprue pictures of all the warbands and terrain, a size comparison with various Ghoul models, and a look through the warband tome – we have it all here.

Kill Team: Gallowfall review & unboxing
Kill Team, Reviews

Review: Kill Team: Gallowfall

The Gallowdark season of Kill Team comes to an epic (?) conclusion with the fourth and final expansion box. In our Kill Team: Gallowfall review, we’ll take a closer look at both the Fellgor Ravagers and Hearthkyn Salvagers teams, plus the new terrain and content in the Gallowfall rulebook.

Cinematic shot of a Raven Guard Phobos Kill Team on Killzone Moroch terrain
40k, Kill Team, Terrain

Showcase: Killzone Moroch Sector Fronteris board

Today I can finally present you my Sector Fronteris gaming board from Kill Team: Moroch. This black-and-white collection of terrain features all of the pieces from the Moroch board, plus a few other things as well. Check out more pictures and learn how I painted this scenery collection in this showcase post.

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Review: All “one coat” Contrast paints ranked

For a few years now, one coat paints like Citadel Contrast are all the rage now. In this video I rank and review all one coat paints currently on the market, and help you find an answer to the question of which Contrast-style paint is the best paint for your painting style.

Warhammer Underworlds Wyrdhollow unboxing and review

Short review: Warhammer Underworlds Wyrdhollow

Here comes our short review and unboxing of Warhammer Underworlds Wyrdhollow. In the second half of the Realm of Beast themed season of Warhammer Underworlds, Stormcast Eternals and Disciples of Tzeentch enter the guts of Ghur as they carve their way into the arcane knot of roots known as the Wyrdhollow.

Photo of the Speedpaint Mega Set 2.0

Review: The Army Painter Speedpaint 2.0 – finally fixed?

Speedpaints are loved by some for their unique blending properties. Others hate that the paints reactivate and bleed through subsequent layers of paint. The Army Painter were faced with the difficult task of satisfying both camps and sought the help of three of YouTube’s most popular hobby channels. Is the new 2.0 formula a solid improvement or the worst of both worlds? And are the metallic Speedpaints as underwhelming as some of the promo shots make them to be? I’ll find out in this hands-on Speedpaint 2.0 review.