My Blood Bowl coach that I sculpted is now painted. He’ll be my coach for both my Undead and Necromantic teams. Enjoy the pictures.
<span class="vcard">Thor</span> (Page #3)
I have been in the miniature hobby since 2006 when some friends introduced me to Warhammer 40K. I'm a huge fan of Blood Bowl and I have an endless collection of teams for it. I love painting miniatures and teaching people how to paint. I also really love blogging, so I've combined those two passions here.
I have finished sculpting my first ever miniature – a coach for my Undead and Necromantic Blood Bowl teams. I had so much fun with this!
I’ve painted up my version of Gretchen Wachter for Blood Bowl. This was a great model to work with and I’m pleased with the result.
I’ve come up with a painting technique for flames on miniatures that’s quick and easy to do. It looks great for tabletop quality work too.
Today I’ll show you how to do a miniature painting glass effect. This is perfect for gemstones, lenses, goggles, and more. It’s also easy!
Ever feel like you’re meant for more? That you’re true success is just out of reach? Me too, so I thought I’d share if you care to listen.
I have wrapped up the painting on my Blood Bowl Necromantic team who I have named the Grave Wardens. Lots of pictures to see!
Creative Twilight has turned 10 years old! It’s been a great decade and I want to thank all the readers. You make this all worthwhile!
Today I’m going to teach you a really easy way to sculpt chains. It’s two simple steps and the results are impressive for how easy it is.
I’ve wrapped up painting Mollog’s Mob for Warhammer Underworlds. I had a lot of fun painting the warband. Come see the pictures!
This tutorial shows you a technique for painting a power sword that’s a favorite of mine for creating contrast & visual interest on the model.
Painting OSL for your miniatures is easy, however, there are some core rules you need to follow. This tutorial walks you through the process.