I need weapons for my Devil Dog, so I’m going to scratch build a multi-melta and melta cannon for it. I will be magnetizing this weapons also.
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.
Today I’m creating the tracks for the scratch built Devil Dog I’m working on. See how easy it is to create your own tracks.
This is the fourth part in my series on scratch building tanks for Warhammer 40K where we move beyond the template and add some details.
I’m building the turret for the Devil Dog, adding armor plates, and I will show you two different techniques for scratch building your own rivets.
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 Warhammer 40K. I’ll go over gathering the materials you will need for scratch building and walk you through the entire process of making a tank from really basic supplies.
I wanted to cover the seemingly abstract notion of composition with your models and how to create a mood and feeling with your choices working on a model.
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.