Do your hands or fingers hurt painting miniatures? Have you accidentally touched a miniature that had wet paint? In this article, I review three Citadel Painting Handles available from Games […]
I’ve recently wondered how artists make their miniature painting videos for YouTube. What kind of equipment do they use? Where do they place their camera? And, how do they frame […]
In this article I describe my thoughts and process about how I made my first battle report video. I learned a lot, and I hope my experience helps or simply […]
Do you want to write better battle reports? Are your adventure logs lacking narrative flair? Maybe you’ve played a memorable tabletop game like Warhammer 40k or Warmachine/Hordes, or are simply […]
Do you paint miniatures? If so, you’ve probably realized how much stuff you’re going to need or want. The miniature painting hobby if given enough time and pressure will create […]
For miniature painters who want to share their work, or gamers that want to record their battle reports, capturing sharp and clear images is pretty important. Focus stacking can help! […]
We all need brushes, glue, acrylic paint, and good lighting, but if you’re a regular painter of miniatures, you should also get a hair dryer. This article is about why you […]
The new Citadel Water Pot 2018 version is for sale, which I noticed at my local game store (LGS). On a whim, I bought it because of the unique aesthetic […]
Found this quick reference sheet on the internet. Download, print, and play! 8th edition rules and reference sheet for playing Games Workshop 40k.
This post contains some thoughts from someone (me) who has purchased, traded, and sold used miniatures across all kinds of venues, e.g., eBay, bartertown.com. Disclaimer: the photos here are not […]
If you’re always looking for new ways to differentiate your models from that of other wargamers and collectors, then this blog post is for you. Of course, you can buy […]
The goal of the 3D printing project was to make a proxy model for one of the 40k Tryanid pieces (in particular, for the Ravener miniature). In my opinion, it’s a neat looking model, but it doesn’t carry the respect of the much more iconic Starcraft Hydralisk. So, searching the internet, the Hydralisk 3D file was available for purchase (among other 3D files for video game models).
Okay, so you have a lamp….but you’re still not sure if you have good light. Chances are your bulbs aren’t meant for your needs.
Good quality, diffuse lighting can prevent eye fatigue, a major roadblock to a comfortable long painting session. For miniature painting, for long stretches, I highly recommend getting a lamp that uses a full spectrum daylight bulb or LED.
The Battlereport with images is linked here: http://warhammer40kbloodangels.blogspot.com/2015/04/battle-report-blood-angels-vs-grey.html I’ve been dabbling in 40k these past few weeks. It has a much different feel than Warmachine/Hordes by Privateer Press. I’m very new […]
We all know that tabletop gaming is a lesser well known sub-culture within our society, and while historical wargaming as a hobby has been around decades and seemingly enjoyed by […]