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. I would say that miniature painting is what we do the most here. Maybe I should say, it’s what we spend the most time on, and so you will find a lot of that here.
Mostly though, we put up articles about whatever we’re currently working on. It could be as simple as some kits we’re putting together, what we’re currently painting, or a full on sculpting project we’re doing. Basically, you will find form workbench to showcase here, and everything in between.
We try to share our experiences with the miniature hobby, so you can also find some tutorials here as well, including scratch building, with step-by-step instructions. We are not professional painters or hobbyists, however, between us we have a great many years of experience in the miniature hobby. You won’t become a pro painter by reading what we have to offer, but you will likely pick up a trick or two that could help you get there. Our tutorial portfolio is growing slowly, so definitely check back often.
Please, check out what we have to offer, and we’re always looking for constructive feedback on our hobby projects, so be sure to comment. If you have any suggestions for tutorials you’d like to see, we’d love to hear it, so definitely contact us.
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.
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.
I have 11 really simple tips that will help you become a better miniature painter. It's not about brushes or other tools either. These tips are for every miniature painter out there regardless of skill level. There's something here to learn for everyone I feel.
I've collected a list of the miniature painting supplies that every hobbyist should have. If you're new to the hobby of painting then this list will help guide your purchases so you are spending your money wisely. Veteran hobbyists may even find a few items of interest in the supply list as well.