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.
WIP: Underworlds Skaven Spiteclaw’s Swarm
So I’m still working on Spiteclaw’s Swarm. I had these models in my pile of shame for quite a while, so it’s great to finally tick these off the list. I started with a test model, then completed the first batch with Skritch and Krrk,…
ToP Tip: 5 tools that make removing mould lines easier
Removing mould lines. The bane of our all hobby existence. Today I’ll share my favourite five tools to remove mould lines better and easier. Check out my picks after the jump, and let’s discuss your favourite tools and tips in the comment section.
Showcase: Nighthaunt Garkorr Bladegheist Revenant (with paint recipes)
Before I started working on Spiteclaw’s Swarm, I painted this limited edition model for my Nighthaunt collection: Garkorr, Bladegheist Revenant, available only for the 500 Warhammer stores celebration event. He will make a nice mercenary Knight of Shrouds for my Warcry warband. Check out more pictures after the jump, plus a complete list of all the paint recipes I used.
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.
ToP Tip: 3 ways to superglue better
Friday is ToP Tip time. Today I’ll share three “hacks” to achieve better bonds with superglue. No more broken arms or frustrating pinning attempts on your resin, Finecast and metal models, if you heed my advice. Find out more after the jump. 1. Use Gorilla…
Showcase: Kill Zone Sector Fronteris + Ryza Pattern Ruins (with paint recipes)
Over the last two years, I gathered a quite sizeable terrain collection of classic Necromunda cardboard buildings and modern 40k plastic terrain kits. I never got around to taking proper group shots, but Garfy’s awesome Souldrain Forest board inspired me to present my scenery in…
Review: Crypt Hunters (Warhammer board game)
Today I’m gonna do an unboxing and review of Crypt Hunters, one of the games in the third wave of retail exclusive Warhammer board games, along with Space Marine Adventures: Rise of the Orks and Blitz Bowl Season 2. Crypt Hunters is a two-player game that…
Showcase: Underworlds Spiteclaw’s Swarm Hungering Skaven
Hey there, I started my next painting project, Spiteclaw’s Swarm for Warhammer Underworlds. I really love Skaven, they’re one of my favourite Fantasy / Age of Sigmar factions. I’ve owned a rather large Fantasy army that I sold, I painted some Skaven for Blood Bowl / Blitz Bowl,…
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