I picked up some laser cut MDF terrain by a company called BP Laser. This is their multi-use building and I wanted to do a review for you.
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.
Painting lightning on your miniatures can be a lot of fun and it’s pretty easy to do as well. See my step-by-step tutorial and learn how.
I’m going to show you that painting freehand on miniatures isn’t scary at all and is actually really easy when you break it down. Come learn!
This miniature paint brush guide covers the various types of brushes, proper brush care, and recommendations for all levels of painters.
With #MonsterMarch3 coming to an end, here’s what I’ve finished. In total it’s 11 models that I completed for the community challenge.
Painting battle damage and weathering on your miniatures is a great way to add detail and interest. This tutorial shows you how to do that.
Painting shading and highlighting on miniatures will really make them stand out. Let me help you learn about the basics of these concepts.
Everyone should know how to dry brush miniatures. It’s a great, simple way to highlight your models, especially for new painters. Come learn!