Showcase: Warcry: Crypt of Blood terrain
The gloomy crypt of Noctis in Shyish is the setting for Warcry: Crypt of Blood. The box contains six new terrain pieces, and I didn’t miss the chance to paint them for my terrain collection. Find out how in this showcase post.
Showcase: Killzone Moroch Sector Fronteris board
Today I can finally present you my Sector Fronteris gaming board from Kill Team: Moroch. This black-and-white collection of terrain features all of the pieces from the Moroch board, plus a few other things as well. Check out more pictures and learn how I painted this scenery collection in this showcase post.
Showcase: Killzone Moroch Landing Pad, STC Hab-Bunker, and Stockades
Since I painted the Phobos Strike Team from Kill Team: Moroch recently, I thought of making a dent into the terrain next. Here is the first half of the Killzone painted: a Landing Pad, STC Hab-Bunker, plus the stockades. Check out this post to find out how I did it.
Showcase: Kill Team: Into the Dark Gallowdark Space Hulk terrain
Today I show you all the terrain elements of the Gallowdark that I painted, the Space Hulk setting from Kill Team: Into the Dark. Lean more about my thoughts about how I came up with the paint scheme, and there is also a painting tutorial.
Tutorial: How to paint Gallowdark Space Hulk terrain from Kill Team: Into the Dark
In this tutorial I show you how to paint the Gallowdark Space Hulk terrain system from Kill Team: Into the Dark in a heavily weathered cream colour scheme. Thanks to scale modelling techniques like zenithal highlights, oil paints and pigments, this is super fast and looks fantastic. It’s also easier than you think. So here’s how it works.
Showcase: Warcry: Heart of Ghur Gnarlwood terrain (incl. painting guides)
Finishing off my trio of Warcry Heart of Ghur posts, I share the completed Gnarlwood terrain set. Not only that, this post also includes my paint recipe painting guide and as an extra bonus I have photographed all 4 of my completed Warcry boxed games, that’s Warcry Starter Set, Catacombs, Red Harvest and the latest Heart of Ghur.
Tutorial: How to make and paint Rocky Hills/Cliffs War Games Terrain (incl. painting guides)
In this post, I’ll show you how to make your own rocky outcrops, hills, crags, cliffs for use in your table top war games using readily available materials such as cardboard and plaster cloth. I’ll also share the paint recipes used so you can paint yours the same if you wish. Find out how in this guide.