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.
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.
Hello all, I spent the first week of November at Disney World with my family, so I didn’t get any hobby stuff done then! During the past week I’ve been working on the tanks I need to finish for the Standish Standoff coming up this Saturday. I have a pair of Leman Russ Exterminators and
I’ve finally made it: the first basilisk for my Rebel Grots is ready for paint! I took some final WIP pictures for this post but as I write this the primer is drying on my first basilisk. I haven’t added crew yet because they’ll need to be painted anyway and I’m eager to start painting
Here’s a quick update on the Basilisk I’ve been working on for my Rebel Grots. Progress continues to be slow but at least I’m still moving forward. Once the tank is finished I’ll work on the crew. I am at the point where it is difficult to tell how far I am from finished. I