Review: Citadel Colour Sub-Assembly Holder
Sometimes Games Workshop releases something you didn’t know you needed until you saw it. Ok, you could actually say that about every new miniature, but I’m talking about the new Citadel Colour Sub-Assembly Holder here. In this review we’ll find out if they’re an indispensable aid to your hobby, a waste of money, or something in between.
Review: Warpaints Air Complete Set by The Army Painter
from, pre-thinned and arranged in triads of base, midtone and highlight colour for easy and intuitive airbrushing. In this review you’ll find photos of each colour for easy referencing, we look at which colour is included in which set, and much more.
Review: Warcry: Red Harvest (Unboxing & Models)
Only one week after the unveiling on Warhammer Day now follows the pre-order of Red Harvest, the new Warcry starter box with two brand new warbands, brand new terrain, and a new campaign book that includes the core rules as well. Games Workshop has kindly sent over this set for us to unbox so we can share our first impressions and show you the exact contents and sprues.
Review: Warpaints Air by The Army Painter
The Army Painter have been very busy lately: After the new Metallic and Skin Tones paint sets, the Gamemaster series and some licensed paint sets, now follows a paint range specially tailored for airbrushing – with a whopping 150 colours. But do we really need another airbrush range? We find out in this review.
Review: Warhammer Underworlds Harrowdeep
I played a lot of Shadespire and Nightvault, so I’m excited to dive back into the depths with Harrowdeep. In this post I’ll share my thoughts on the minis and my experience playing the new game with my wife Jo and her experience as an absolute beginner.
First Look: Black Templars’ Codex and Army Set
On today’s post I take a look at the sprues and contents of the new Black Templar Army set. In the 4k video you’ll see high-resolution codex pages as we flick through the book together. I also try to answer the important questions like where are the Castellan rules, what about First-born Sword Brethren and more.
Review: Warhammer 40.000: Imperium Issue 5
Issue 5 of Warhammer 40,000: Imperium, the new Partwork Collection from Hachette Partworks, comes with an exclusive Primaris Space Marine Captain model. Reason enough for us to take a close look at this issue (and take some high-res sprue pictures), so here we go.
First Look: Orks Beastsnagga Kill Rig / Hunter Rig
On today’s post I take a look inside the Beastsnagga Orks Kill Rig / Hunter Rig box set. In the 4k video you’ll see detailed sprues, instructions and rules. At the end of the post I share the Ork Wurr Boy I painted from the set.
Review: Skin Tones Paint Set by The Army Painter
Do you want to paint more diverse skin tones, but don’t know where to start? Then the new Skin Tones Paint Set from The Army Painter might be just what you need. 9 new shades, 3 new washes, and 3 new pigment toners cover all skin tones from light to dark. The selection of colours was developed together with actual people of colour. In this review, we take a look at whether the set delivers what it promises.
Review: Gamemaster terrain kits by The Army Painter
The Gamemaster range from The Army Painter is growing and growing with four new terrain kits: A selection of paints, primers, flock, and accessories, all in a convenient box to help you theme your terrain as four different environments. Let’s take a closer look in this review.
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