Review: Redgrass Games Everlasting Wet Palette Painter Edition Complete Pack
In this review, we find out if Redgrass Games’ Everlasting Wet Palette lives up to the hype of its Kickstarter success, and how a wet palette can improve your painting even if you’re not a wet blending expert or Golden Demon level painter.
Review: Warcry Catacombs (Boxed Game)
Games Workshop has kindly sent me a copy of Warcry Catacombs and I’m going to lift the lid and review it’s contents and talk about the new rules. This set is up for pre-order today (24th October 2020) and will be released on Saturday 31st October. Check out this in-depth review after the jump.
Review: Warhammer 40.000 Battlezone: Manufactorum – Vertigus
Today we check out the Manufactorum Vertigus Battlezone from Warhammer 40.000, a box set that features all the new Sector Munitorum terrain you know from the Warhammer 40.000 Command Edition starter set, PLUS a brand new terrain piece in form of the Auto-choral transmitter. Join us as we take a look at all the sprues and design features.
Review: Necrons C’tan Shard of the Void Dragon
Games Workshop has kindly sent me a C’Tan Shard of the Void Dragon to paint and I thought it’d be cool to give the kit a review and share my thoughts with you. He’s up for pre-order today (17th October 2020) and will be released on Saturday 24th October. Check out my review plus some spectacular photos after the jump.
Review: Redgrass Games RGG Premium Brushes
Redgrass Games offer a range of three brushes and claim it’s all you need for painting miniatures: a size 2/0 and 2 made from Kolinsky sable, plus a size 4 synthetic drybrush. Are they right? And how do their brushes stand up to the competition? Find out more in this comprehensive review.
Review: Mortal Realms Issue 27, 28, 29 and 30
Hatchette Partworks has kindly sent over a subscription of Mortal Realms for me to have a look at. I’m going to look at the issues 27 to 30 as a whole and talk about the subscriber exclusive novel called The Amethyst Stave. More after the jump.
Review: Redgrass Games RGG Precision Nippers
Is it worth to pay 29,90 Euro for a side cutter? Spoiler: yes it is. Today we find out if the RGG Precision Nippers by french company Redgrass Games, known for their Everlasting Wet Palette, is worth the premium price tag.
Review: Astra Militarum Sergeant “Ripper” Jackson Store Anniversary Miniature
Sergeant “Ripper” Jackson was originally meant to be the exclusive Warhammer store opening and anniversary model for 2021, but because of the Covid-19 situation, Games Workshop decided to make her available in all Warhammer stores and on games-workshop.com from September 12 to 20. We secured one of these limited models and take a look at what’s inside.
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