Like most miniature painters, I painted leather for miniatures the same way for years and years. That technique was to just use browns, add some highlights, and wash it with more brown. However, I always saw better painters create a more realistic look to leather with their painting and I… Read More »Learn to Paint Worn Leather for Miniatures (Quick & Easy Way)
Tutorials & Guides
We love the wargaming and miniature hobby. Even though many of us play wargames, like Warhammer 40K and Battlefleet Gothic, the hobby element is where we spend most of our time. Some of our authors even have 20+ years experience with the hobby.
Here you will find an assorted list of miniature hobby tutorials. The articles range from creating wargaming terrain, like hills and trees, to doing basing on miniatures, such as realistic earth basing, or creating snow and ice.
You can also find more tutorials on our YouTube channel.
“The Masters” Brush Cleaner and Preserver is an amazing brush soap. It removes paint and helps preserves the brush. Here’s how to use it.
I want to help prepare new painters by providing a list of common miniature painting mistakes and help you to avoid making those mistakes.
If you’re new to the hobby then there’s going to be some miniature hobby supplies that you need and may not realize. So, here’s my list!
Today’s tutorial is on painting a marble effect for miniatures. This is a simple technique with 4 steps and good results with minimal effort.
Today I’ll show you how to paint a realistic rust effect on your miniatures. It’s only a few steps and the results are impressive.