Games Workshop have put up another painting tutorial for you to watch showing you how to paint a Dark Eldar Wrack! Duncan Rhodes is back showing you how to paint the flesh, armour, clothes and instruments of torture!
The End Times are approaching and this means that Duncan Rhodes must bend to the will of Nagash and get painting him in an epic four part tutorial. In Part 1 we get a look at assembling this herald of woe!
The tank god is back for another great episode of Dust to Dust. Get your painting and weathering gear ready as John breaks out his Axis Heavy Walker and shows us how to make a mess of all those armour plates so it looks like it’s been in the wars!
In Part 3 of this Games Workshop Painting Tutorial Duncan Rhodes finishes off the Stormfang by looking at the canopy itself, adding glow effects and deciding on the pack markings for the flyer…
Time for what could well be one of the most important of all the techniques in this particular toolbox!
We all know that depending on how you prime your miniature you will change the final result. If you use black your miniature will turn out dark, if you use white your miniature will be brighter. Simple stuff right?
Well, Romain has a few neat little tricks for pre-shading your miniature so that shadows will be dark and the light parts will make your figure pop!
In this final Games Workshop Tutorial they look at applying transfers to your Imperial Knight and how to get them looking just right. They can be fiddly so check this one out!
It’s time for another Hobby Tips from Mantic Games where they look at what you can do to help the process of assembling Restic Miniatures. Did this help you out?