Khurasan Miniatures is adding some more miniatures to its Cold War line.
It’s time for another painting tutorial today and this one’s from the folks behind Flames of War. They’ll be showing you a quick and easy way to paint up an M26 Pershing Tank for the battlefield. Looks like a very simple scheme with good tabletop results!
Smash and bash up your vehicles in the fires of combat an environments of death worlds as you see this new Painting Tutorial from Games Workshop…
Let’s see how things have progressed in this second tutorial on the Taurox Prime for the Astra Militarum army in Warhammer 40,000! See what stages they go through next…
It’s time to get stuck into painting the Taurox Prime for the Astra Militarum. See what you think of the work Games Workshop have done on this nifty new tank for the Imperial Guard…
The Games Workshop team get stuck into working on the armour more and fitting this monstrous walker together. See what you think of the Imperial Knight at this stage!
With the Imperial Knight built it’s time to start painting and they begin by working on the skeleton of this mighty walker for the new and improved Imperium…
Our personal tank ace John is back for another
tutorial on tanks. Today he’s in the mood to
show off how to paint up a magnificent burnt
and rusted metal technique that will make
your tanks really look as if they are in the
middle of a battlefield and firing on
Our old buddy John is back on camera and ready to show you how to add some of those finishing touches to your new Bolt Action tanks. Kicking off with how to add some weld lines to a cute little American Chaffee.
Feel free to drop in any ideas for more tips and tricks from the master tread head himself.
It’s time for another painting video from the vaults of Beasts of War, as John finishes painting his WW2 sherman
tank from Flames of War.