The painting process begins. I intend to try to imitate and corrupt the colour scheme used by one of my gaming groups armies. The main dreadnought will be painted like his black templars only rusted and corrupted to serve a darker purpose. The Painting Time to experiment with weathering powders. Not bad for a first
A nice looking wargaming table and terrain set for under $50 that is portable, super easy to build, and there's no painting required! Check out my complete tutorial on building the table, as well as the terrain for it.
This is a very simple tutorial on how to make icicles for your miniatures. It's a great way to add detail to your snow based miniatures. This process only requires a few tools, and a few minutes to do, but it looks amazing.
In this tutorial I'll show you how to paint a 40K power sword. This is one of the techniques I use that gives a great glowing effect. I also add in a little OSL to complete the effect. It's easy to do, and it only requires some patience.
For Dreadtober I am going to be working on a primaris redemptor dreadnought. Although it will not be aiding the armies of the false emperor. I have planned a bit of torture for the new occupant of this model’s sarcophagus. Captured as a spoil of war during a previous campaign this dreadnought has been rebuilt