Review: All 60 Two Thin Coats paints by Duncan Rhodes
Duncan Rhodes’ Two Thin Coats paints. What started as a meme has now become a fully-fledged 60 colours paint range, thanks to Kickstarter and the power of the internet. But do we really need yet another paint range? Can Duncan reinvent the wheel or are his paints just a cash grab to exploit his popularity? I’ll find out in this in-depth review of all 60 Two Thin Coats paints.
Review: Astra Militarum “Cadia Stands” army set
Army sets, army sets, anyone else wants an army set? Just a week after the release of Slaves to Darkness army set, the 41st millennium is now also being graced with a new big box set, heralding the brand new Imperial Guard range. Cadia stands in our unboxing & review of the new Astra Militarum army set.
Review: Slaves to Darkness Army Set
The Slaves to Darkness are invading Warhammer Age of Sigmar 3rd Edition with a big batch of new models. You’ll find 14 of them, plus the revised battletome, in the new Slaves to Darkness army set, and in this review and unboxing we take a closer look at the box’s contents.
Review: The Army Painter Greedy Gold Colour Primer – the best gold spray yet?
The Army Painter updated their Colour Primer range, amongst the new colours their first ever gold spray paint with a Colour Primer version of their Greedy Gold Warpaint. I was allowed to review the final prototype, and since gold spray paints with good value for money are hard to come by, I was very curious to see what The Army Painter had developed. Could it be the best gold spray paint on the market yet? We find out in this review.
Review: Warhammer Underworlds: Gnarlwood
Today we review Warhammer Underworlds: Gnarlwood that kickstarts a new season of Warhammer Underworlds. Leaving the Nethermaze in the Realm of Shadows behind, two new warbands enter the living labyrinth hidden beneath the Gnarlwood in Ghur: the Darkoath Gnarlspirit Pack and the Deathrattle Sons of Velmorn. Find out more about these new warbands and the newly updated core rules in this review and unboxing.
First look: Chronicle Cards Kolinsky Sable Brushes Kickstarter
Just a few days ago, independent Australian hobby company Chronicle Cards launched a Kickstarter for their brand new Sable’s Kolinsky Collection. The very affordable set of 8 Kolinsky sable brushes complement their wolf bristle brushes I reviewed and approved a while ago, so when Chronicle Cards sent me some, I was curious to give them a try.
Review: Kill Team: Shadowvaults
Just a few weeks after the release of Kill Team: Into the Dark, the next big box set follows with Kill Team: Shadowvaults. The brand new Cadian Kasrkin take on the Necron Hierotek Circle. In this review, we take a look at the full box contents and find out whether it’s a worthy follow-up to Into the Dark or not.
Review: Horus Heresy Land Raider Proteus
Put on your nostalgia glasses, the plastic Land Raider Proteus kit finally arrives for us to review. Based on the proportions and design of the original plastic Land Raider from 1988, the new plastic kit offers a faithful recreation of the Forge World resin model. On top of that, you can also choose between building a Land Raider Proteus Carrier or Explorator. Find out more in this review.
Review: Leagues of Votann Army Set
In today’s review, we take a look at the contents of the brand new Leagues of Votann army set, especially the miniatures and all the build and weapon options. Long announced and often teased, the Kin are the spiritual successors to the Squats, and represent a never seen before Warhammer 40,000 faction. Therefore, we are very excited to see what we find in this box.
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