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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.
Warhammer 40K is expensive. However, there are a lot of ways you can save money when you're a new player getting into the game. Even veteran players can save money depending on the models they are after. So, I've collected every deal I know of to show you how to save money on Warhammer 40K.
I thought it was time that I build some decent looking terrain, but I also wanted to do it very affordably. So, after some research, I decided to make some tree stands using plaster. I had everything I needed except the plaster, and that was cheap enough.
Using a primer for your miniatures is a must. Without it you will only undo all your hard work. So, I have a list of some primers that work great, including sprays, brush-on, and ones for airbrushes. I also have some tips when using sprays to avoid common issues, like fuzziness, or obscuring details.