Review: Gamemaster Dungeons & Caverns Core Set by The Army Painter
The Army Painter’s new Gamemaster Dungeons & Caverns Core Set contains everything to start scratch-building terrain: tools, paints, XPS foam, sand, tufts, and more. But the set is actually not limited to dungeon settings, only your imagination will be the limit. If you would like to start making your own terrain just like in the old days, then you need to take a look at this decent value boxed set.
Review: Antithesis paints by Warcolours – the Contrast paints killer?
Warcolours just released their answer for Citadel’s Contrast paint range: Antithesis “Wash’n’Go” paints which promise a basecoat with highlights and shadows with just a single coat. In this review, we take a closer look and find out if they can beat their Citadel counterparts.
Review: Warpaints Metallic Colours Paint Set by The Army Painter
Colours like red, blue, and purple but metallic are some of the few things you can’t find in Games Workshop’s paint range. The always busy hobby company The Army Painter just released a new set of metallic colour paints. to fill this gap. In this review, I find out how The Army Painter’s new Metallic Colours Set can keep up with the competition from Scale75 and Green Stuff World.
ToP Tip: 3 must have paints for painting white
Painting white isn’t easy, especially if you start from a black or dark basecoat. White pigments are rather weak and often have a tendency to dry chalky or uneven, so you usually need a lot of thin coats for perfect coverage. And by a lot, I mean a lot. However, over the years I tried several white paints from almost all manufacturers out there, and also several approaches to painting white. Here is what I learned: My three must-have paints to make painting white easier.
Review: RGG360° Ergonomic Miniature Holder V2 by Redgrass Games
By now, there are quite a few painting handles out there, and here comes another Kickstarter success from Redgrass Games, the RGG360° Ergonomic Miniature Holder. A pistol grip style painting handle with a cap that rotates. A while ago Redgrass Games released V2 of the…
Review: Gamers Grass Tufts Alien Turquoise
Gamers Grass manufacture a wide variety of grass tufts in several colours, blends, shapes and sizes. They’re a great way to add realistic vegetation to your models or scenery. In this review I’ll share my thoughts on the Alien Turquoise 6mm Tufts. Check it out after the jump.
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.
ToP Tip: 5 reasons why should use a wet palette (even if you’re not a pro painter)
For over 20 years I didn’t use a wet palette, just random stuff like old CDs to pour my paint onto. I always thought a wet palette is only for wet blending masters and Golden Demon level paint jobs with a lot of intricate paint mixes, but not for me, who uses most paints straight out of the bottle. I didn’t consider a wet palette to be an essential hobby item, but having made the switch, oh, how wrong I was. In this post, I tell you five ways a wet palette will improve your painting no matter your skill level.
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.
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