Creative Twilight is a casual wargaming blog with a hobby focus. We cover conversions, sculpting, painting, and more. We also have lots of hobby tutorials, guides, and reviews for various gaming systems.
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We do a lot of miniature painting and are always sharing our progress. Every week you will find new articles showing off what’s on our workbench. Our finished models get shown in our showcase as well, and you will find those here also.
Miniature painting is one of the favorite elements of the hobby for all of the authors here. So, there really is no shortage of models to check out.
We paint for Warhammer 40K, Age of Sigmar, Blood Bowl, Bolt Action, Kings of War, Frostgrave, and so much more. Hell, you’ll even find wargaming terrain in here as well. If it needs paint then it’s in here.
We also have tips and some tutorials to help other miniature painters. None of us are professionals, however, we have spent a considerable amount of time painting. So, we certainly have our fair share of tricks to share.
I have finally finished painting my Khorne Bloodreavers for Shadespire, Garrek's Reavers. I've thoroughly enjoyed playing the game, and this is my first completed warband. It took me longer than expected to finish, but overall I'm really happy with how the painting came out.
Continuing with my coverage of my progress on my pledge for monster march. Bonus In kingdom death, survivors kill creatures and then make armour and weapons from their remains. As, when we have been playing, I have a very powerful twilight sword user who charges around in phoenix armour I made her in miniature form.
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.
Darktide is the second to fall for the Disciples of Twilight. He's since ascended to daemonhood and lives on as a Daemon Prince. Also, here's a bunch of pictures of him, complete with his new snow basing to match the rest of the army.
I painted these Chaos Cultists years ago, both squads of them. Recently I did some updating to include a better snow basing technique I use. So, I finally went ahead and took some pictures of both squads to showcase.