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: Zombicide 2nd Edition Paint Set by The Army Painter
The Army Painter is about to release a new Zombicide branded starter paint set, including no less than 20 acrylic Warpaints with an interesting selection of metallics, muted browns and beiges, three different washes, and two blood effect paints. In this review, we’ll find out if this set makes a good purchase to expand your paint collection – even if you’re not interested in Zombicide.
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.
Chat: Finding my feet with Contrast
Full disclosure, Games Workshop sent me the full range of Contrast paints free of charge. This isn’t a paid for promotion and these are my own opinions. Firstly I’m a Citadel Colour user. I’ve done the switch to other manufacturers and switched back when Games…
Review: Citadel Colour App
Today on the blog I download the Citadel Colour App and check out it’s features. See what I think after the jump. Once the app launches you are greeted with the main home page. This is where you’ll find all the features. Interestingly, there is…
Review: The new Citadel Paint Range
We at Tale of Painters worked hard to present you the ultimate review and guide to the new Citadel paint range. We obtained a vast array of colours to examine carefully all of the six new types of paint – bases, layers, shades, glazes, dry compounds and textures. We painted up a lot of test models to not only check the qualities of the new paint range, but also to compare it to the old Citadel Colours and to test their compatibility. We’ll also cast our eyes on the offerings of other popular miniature paint brands and see how the new range competes. Let’s see how revolutionary the new range really is.
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