Review: Zombicide 2nd Edition Paint Set by The Army Painter
The Army Painter is about to release a new Zombicide branded starter paint set, including no less than 20 acrylic Warpaints with an interesting selection of metallics, muted browns and beiges, three different washes, and two blood effect paints. In this review, we’ll find out if this set makes a good purchase to expand your paint collection – even if you’re not interested in Zombicide.
Showcase: #marchformacragge 2nd Edition 40k starter set Ultramarine (incl. paint recipes)
Today I present my entry for this years March for Macragge hobby event, a “statue” Marine model from the 2nd Edition Starter Set of Warhammer 40.000, painted to emulate the ‘Eavy Metal style back then. It’s actually the first model I painted when I started the hobby over 20 years ago! Check out more pictures on a glorious light blue gradient in this post.
Tutorial: How to paint an “inverted” super hot plasma glow
Today I’ll show you how to paint an “inverted” plasma glow with a super hot plasma core in the centre of the weapon. Suitable for all sorts of plasma weapons, plasma guns, pistols, calivers, and more. Find out more in this tutorial.
Tutorial: How to make modular foam hills fast and easy
In this post, I’ll show you how to make modular foam hills for your gaming board, suitable for any game system. It’s faster and easier than you think, and a great way to add some three-dimensionality to your games. Find out more in this tutorial.
Showcase: Adeptus Mechanicus Forge World Metalica Kill Team #1 (incl. paint recipes)
Check out the first five models of my Adeptus Mechanicus Kill Team, painted in the bone-white and red of Forge World Metalica. I also included a complete list of all of the paint recipes I used on these models.
Review: Gamemaster Dungeons & Caverns Core Set by The Army Painter
The Army Painter’s new Gamemaster Dungeons & Caverns Core Set contains everything to start scratch-building terrain: tools, paints, XPS foam, sand, tufts, and more. But the set is actually not limited to dungeon settings, only your imagination will be the limit. If you would like to start making your own terrain just like in the old days, then you need to take a look at this decent value boxed set.
Tutorial: How to paint Goliath Forge-Born and Gangers for Necromunda
In this post, I’ll show you how to paint a Goliath Forge-Born Ganger from Necromunda in 45 easy to follow steps. You’ll learn how to save time painting metallics thanks to Leadbelcher primer and Contrast paints, how to paint tanned skin, black worn leather, and much more. Find out more in this tutorial.
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