I’m going to show you that painting freehand on miniatures isn’t scary at all and is actually really easy when you break it down. Come learn!
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I was thinking about Gaslands and how it shares similarities with the Grand Prix. You have a pole position, teams, and hazards to deal with.
Once cars changed tires, several times, on a regular good drive. But problems would spoil it! They could get stuck. Worse, there were times they fell over. Even much worse was when a head on collision smacked into both cars… Read More »Cars of Course (Gaslands) with Jerry Mandering
This miniature paint brush guide covers the various types of brushes, proper brush care, and recommendations for all levels of painters.
With #MonsterMarch3 coming to an end, here’s what I’ve finished. In total it’s 11 models that I completed for the community challenge.
Painting battle damage and weathering on your miniatures is a great way to add detail and interest. This tutorial shows you how to do that.
Painting shading and highlighting on miniatures will really make them stand out. Let me help you learn about the basics of these concepts.
Everyone should know how to dry brush miniatures. It’s a great, simple way to highlight your models, especially for new painters. Come learn!
I want to share the miniature photography setup I built. It’s a DIY light box of sorts that was cheap, easy to build, and works great.
As a painter, but more importantly as a person, Bos Ross has been an inspiration to me. I wanted to share what this legend has taught me.
Learning layering in miniature painting is a basic technique everyone should know. So, let me explain it to you and show you how it’s done.
Here’s my guide to miniature painting for beginners to help you get started on your first model. You’ll find guides, tips, and tutorials.