Review: The Army Painter Wargamers Edition Wet Palette
Looking for an extra large wet palette for your hobby setup? Maybe a 2-in-1 solution that’s also suitable for paints that shouldn’t come in contact with water, such as washes, Contrast and Speedpaints? Then The Army Painter’s new XL Wargamers Edition Wet Palette might be your cup of tea. Find out more about it in our review.
Short review: Stormvault Skirmish Case
With the Stormvault Skirmish Case, Games Workshop is redefining miniature transportation. Instead of traditional foam inserts, they’re introducing soft silicone bristles for a secure grip. Is this a brilliant innovation or an overpriced gimmick? We’ll find out in our review.
Review: PK-PRO WhiteLine MC1 Drybrushes
Drybrushes with round, conical brush heads have become a hobby staple since Artis Opus popularised this type of brush a couple of years ago. Now the German online shop PK-Pro has launched their own version with their WhiteLine MC1 drybrushes. In this review, we take a closer look at their new brushes.
Review: Chronicle Cards Techlon Tiger Drybrushes Kickstarter
Chronicle Cards have caught my eye with their high quality and stylish brush sets. After the successful launch of their wolf bristle brushes and Kolinsky sable brushes, Chronicle has now launched a new Kickstarter campaign. This time, they aim to fund an assortment of drybrushes in various shapes, along with matching accessories. I’ve had the chance to try out some of the Techlon Tiger drybrushes, and I’m here to let you know if this Kickstarter is a worthy investment or not.
ToP Tip: Free 3D model handle for Citadel Mouldline Remover
On today’s blog post you can download a file to 3D print your own handle to make the Citadel Mouldline Scraper more useable.
Short review: Green Stuff World Wet Palette
It’s summer, temperatures are rising year after year, and paint dries away from you faster than you can get it on the model. Time for a wet palette. Green Stuff World has a particularly inexpensive model on offer, but do you have to sacrifice quality for that? I answer that question in this review of Green Stuff World’s wet palette.
Review: Green Stuff World Basic Tool Set
Starting the hobby can be daunting. You’ll need paint, brushes, tools, and all that stuff, and the choice is wide. Many hobby companies offer sets for beginners, but so far I haven’t seen one that I would really consider good. In today’s review, we’ll take a look at whether Green Stuff World does it better with its Basic Tool Set.
Stahly’s best nippers & sprue cutters for Warhammer & scale modelling
Are you one of those who have been using the same old sprue cutter for years? Maybe a starter set Citadel cutter, a cheap pair of The Army Painter nippers or a no-name product from the hardware store? I plead guilty. When I finally invested in a higher-quality sprue cutter the difference was like night and day. In this post, I share my best nippers & sprue cutters that I have tested over the past few years.
Review: Everlasting Wet Palette 2 Painter
Redgrass Games have revamped their popular Everlasting Wet Palette thanks to Kickstarter and now offer the Painter V2 and Studio XL V2, with an improved seal, more painting surface, and innovative reusable painting membranes. Do you need this if you already have the old palettes? We find out in this review.
Review: New 2022 Citadel tools and their cheaper (and better?) alternatives
I tried Games Workshop’s new drill, knife, mouldline remover and super fine detail cutters. Are the new Citadel tools worth their money or are there better and cheaper alternatives? Let’s find out in this review.