Editorial

Reaper Master Series Review

German boardgame and RPG publisher Pegasus Spiele distributes rebranded Reaper Master Series Colours in Germany. As I already blogged, I got some samples from them and reviewed them for Brückenkopf. Along with some paint swatches, you can read the review in German here. I will...
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Ultramarine Scout Squad with alternate heads built

Building my shotgun armed Scout squad is finished. They just need some basing. I think they turned out great and the models look so much better with the alternate heads. I used regular Marine heads and carefully shaved off the neck, service studs and cables....
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Wave Serpent built, Scouts with alternate Heads

Today I built a wave serpent. I chose to use TL Brightlances. Must say, it’s a cool looking model and even though the turret is a bit angular, I like it. The pokey bits stay seperate for the easy of priming and painting. As I...
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On the Station April 30

With the Exarch and the last Banshee the Banshee squad is finally done (except for varnish, obviously). Professionally lit photography will probably follow sunday. I’m waiting for good weather for varnishing though. Next up for this weekend will be the building of a wave serpant,...
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Incoming: Vallejo Pigments

Thanks to the great guys over at Fantasy-In, I got a selection of Vallejo Pigments to review for Brückenkopf. I haven’t worked with Pigments before, so I have to learn using them by myself. Expect a review and tutorials in some weeks.
Tutorials

Tutorial: How to paint Cadian Shock Troops

Here is a step by step tutorial on how to paint a great looking Cadian Guardsmen in a minimum of time. It took me about 60 minutes to finish, so with assembly-line style of painting and a little bit of practice you should be able...
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On the Station April 28

More work done on the Banshees. Left to do is highlighting the black areas, painting the sword and correcting white areas and other minor mistakes.
Editorial

New IG tutorial published

I wrote a tutorial about how to quickly paint an Imperial Guard Soldier of Cadia with basic techniques like drybrushing, washing and layering over at Brückenkopf. The paint scheme is inspired by my Vostroyans. As always the tutorial is written in German, but for my...
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