Flesh-eater Courts Abhorrent Ghoul King with Crown of Delusion unboxing & review
Age of Sigmar, Reviews

Review: Abhorrant Ghoul King with Crown of Delusion

Join us here on Tale of Painters as we unbox this year’s Boxing Day miniature: a review of the Flesh-eater Courts Abhorrent Ghoul King with Crown of Delusion. This Warhammer Commemorative Series miniature will only be available for a limited time only, so find out in this review whether the new Ghoul King is worthy of hunting or not.

All 24 Vallejo Contrast paints lined up for reviewing

Review: Vallejo Xpress Color – copycat or Contrast slayer?

Contrast, Instant Colors, Speedpaint, Dipping Inks, and more Contrast – I reviewed them all. And now we have Vallejo entering the game with their brand-new Xpress Colors. Do these bring something new to the table or are they yet another half-baked Contrast rehash? I’ll find an answer in this complete review of all 23 Xpress Colors.

How to paint Cadians tutorial
40k, Tutorials

Tutorial: How to paint the new Cadian Shock Troops effectively

Stand still, Guardsman, and listen up: in this tutorial I will show you how to paint the new Cadian Shock Troops with effective and straight-forward techniques to a beautiful tabletop standard. This painting guide is also a display case for the new Two Thin Coats paints by Duncan Rhodes, but don’t worry, you can easily follow along with Citadel paints as well.

Reviews, Warcry

First look: Warcry Sundered Fate unboxing

Today we review the second box from the current Warcry season, Sundered Fate. Garfy has already assembled the new models, and with the two new warbands, the Hunters of Huanchi and the Jade Obelisk, as well as new Gnarlwoods terrain, there is a lot to discover, so check out our unboxing.

Cinematic shot of a new plastic Cadian Shock Trooper painted by Stahly
40k, Showcase

Showcase: New Cadian Shock Trooper

Since Games Workshop kindly sent me the Astra Militarum army set, and at the same time my set of Two Thin Coats paints arrived, I thought to kill two birds with one stone and painted one of the new plastic Cadians to get a better feeling of Duncan Rhode’s new paint range.