Sealing your painted miniatures is a must if you're a gamer. You want to protect your models and your time investment in painting them. So, I'll tell you why you need to seal your models and give you suggestions on sealers to use.
I got to play in my first Shadespire Grand Clash (tournament). I was really impressed with the tournament setup, and with how well Shadespire plays in a competitive environment. It's clear the game was meant for this.
Games Workshop is introducing a new line of books called Warhammer Adventures. These books are aimed at younger gamers to introduce them to Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40K. Sounds cool, right? Well, there's a lot of hate going around for it and I want to talk about that for a minute.
There's a few ways you can save money when getting into Warhammer 30K (Horus Heresy), so I'll share those ways with you. I've also included a list of every legion and the power armor marks that are associated with each.
The feathering paint technique is one of the methods used for blending in miniature painting. It's also my favorite technique to use and I'll explain why. Plus, I'll show you how to apply the feathering technique to your own models with a simple tutorial. All you need is patience to learn it.