Tutorial: How to paint toxic green liquid filled hoses
In this tutorial I’ll explain how I painted the transparent hoses filled with toxic green liquid on my Goliath Stimmer. This is a super useful technique that can be used for all sorts of models such as Drukhari, Skaven, Necrons, and others. Find out more in this posts.
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 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.
Showcase: Stahly’s Necromunda Armies on Parade 2020 entry
Sunday was the deadline for 2020’s Armies on Parade submission, because of the current global situation, digital-only for the first time. Coincidentally, it was also my first Armies on Parade entry. I entered in the Specialist Games category, and my theme was Necromunda Old vs New: My classic Escher gang clashing with a modern Goliath gang on a mix of classic Necromunda cardboard terrain and modern Sector Mechanicus scenery. Check out a shot of the full board after the jump.
Showcase: Necromunda Escher Ganger by Rich
Hi all, Rich here back with some hobby progress after a slow summer for hobbying. A friend suggested we start playing Necromunda which sounded like a lot of fun to me so I picked my gang; House Eschers and painted this ganger as my test…
Showcase: Necromunda Goliath Gang #2 (with paint recipes)
Here are the latest five models for my growing Goliath Gang for Necromunda, including a mix of modern plastic sculpts, resin Forge World upgrade parts and even some classic metal Juves. These were a blast to paint and don’t look that out of place with…
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