Sorastro’s Painting gets stuck in and paints up the master of the Force that is Darth Vader from Star Wars Imperial Assault by Fantasy Flight Games!
Duncan Rhodes isn’t finished with the legions of Chaos as he also shows you how to paint a Khorne Skullreaper, one of the new models from Games Workshop for the Warhammer Fantasy End Times…
In the second part of this Games Workshop Painting Tutorial Duncan Rhodes shows you how to go about working on the Bloodthirster’s Armour, some more of the work on the Bone and also some tips on making Fire look great…
In the final part of this Weekend with Angel tutorial on the Kum Riders from Infinity we’ll be taking a look at some more of the super-detailing and all the work that goes into the bases too!
In this second part of How to Paint the Kum Rider from Infinity Angel starts to work on the details of the rider and his bike. As well as a range of washes he’ll also be talking about more of the work that goes into getting the skin just right.
We’ve got a real treat for you this weekend! On Friday, Saturday and Sunday the maestro of the (air)brush Angel Giraldez has taken some time to show us how to paint the awesome Kum Riders from Infinity! This is the model that won him best painted during the Beasts of War Awards 2014!
In the final part of this tutorial series we get a look at how to work on the super detailing and finishing touches when it comes to painting the mighty Nagash for Warhammer Fantasy…
It’s time for the second installment of another epic painting tutorial from Romain. The subject is the Khador Warcaster Sorscha Kratikoff from Warmachine and he will be talking about and putting into practise some of his blending techniques!
I think she’s coming together rather nicely don’t you?
It’s time for Romain to add his finishing touches to this Ordic Pistoleer! The only thing I think we can say is this was one amazing restoration job and the results speak for themselves! So many awesome little hints and tips for bringing a miniature to life!
So, if you’re feeling up for it get in touch and maybe volunteer one or more of your miniatures to go under the expert brush of our miniature savior!
In the second installment of Miniatures ER Romain moves on to the main issues with Justin’s Ordic Pistoleer. This time he’ll be covering more about the rather unfortunate choice of skin tone and some parts that really shouldn’t be blue!
It’s time for the doctor to see his patients! We’re kicking off the first Miniatures ER where Romain takes a look at a few models that have been through the wars and comes up with a way to save one of them from being relegated to the rubbish bin. Today it’s Justin’s miniatures!
Romain finishes work on the horse for his Samurai Cavalry kit from Wargames Factory.