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.
Miniature hobby stuff is mostly what we do here. We all love gaming, but we all spend more time building armies, and painting them, than we do playing. That’s the beauty of a game like Warhammer 40K, it’s an all-encompassing hobby from modeling, to painting an army, to playing the game.
We have a broad range of hobby articles here covering modeling, sculpting and painting. Many of us do a fair amount of conversion work for our armies. It’s always fun to personalize your miniatures, and really make them to your vision.
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!
I have wrapped up the painting on my Blood Bowl Necromantic team who I have named the Grave Wardens. Lots of pictures to see!
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.
Painting lava is a great way to add some visual interest to your miniature’s base, or the miniature itself. This tutorial teaches you how.