Using the template, I will show you how to get the basic structure, the chassis, of the Devil Dog built using papercraft techniques.
This is the first part in my series on how to scratch build tanks for 40K. I'll go over gathering the materials you will need for scratch building.
Using a wet palette will really change how you paint your miniatures. It's something I recommend everyone use. So, I've put together a tutorial to make your own DIY wet palette at a very affordable price. It's not the cheapest method, but it's a great quality and still very affordable.
This is a very short video showing how you can paint miniatures quickly and easily to a tabletop quality standard. I hope you find it useful.
This tutorial will be on making foam trays for tanks and larger vehicles. It's simple to do, easy and fast to do, not to mention extremely cost effective.
I set out to fully magnetize a Maulerfiend/Forgefiend so I could use it as either. It was a lot of work but it's done and here's the shots showing how to.
I'll show you how cheap and easy it is to make your own miniature foam trays for your armies. The money you save on foam trays you can spend on models.