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11 Awesome Airbrush Stencils for Miniatures (Tips, Tricks)

Awesome airbrush stencils for painting miniatures and tabletop wargame models - airbrush RC cars, warhammer 40k vehicles, tanks and historical models - freehand logos and add custom decals with an airbrush easy - Check out some of the mini stencils! - stencil banner airbrush

What other things are airbrushes good for when painting miniatures? We already know that airbrushes are great for applying primer and speeding up base coat painting. But, airbrushes are so much more useful than that! You can use your airbrushes to apply freehand textures and design using stencils on your miniatures and models. Looking for …

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3D Print and Paint a Forgeworld Warhammer 40k Tank (13 Easy Steps!)

3d print games workshop forgeworld 40k tank - how to print and paint in 13 steps forgeworld 40k

Are you wondering about the possibility of 3D printing your own miniatures? There are free 3D files for almost anything now. Even your favorite wargame miniatures are coming to an open source database near you. Out of simple curiosity, I did an online search for free 3D printable files for Warhammer 40k and Forgeworld models. …

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Non-Metallic Metal (NMM) Sword (Blending with the Loaded Brush Technique)

Non-metallic metal (NMM) painting is the technique of using regular paint (without metallic content) to give the illusion of a metallic, reflective surface. In general, NMM requires high contrast painted with smooth transitions from light-to-dark. There is also the need to understand how light interacts with reflective surfaces and within the context of the surrounding …

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3 Reasons You Need a Hair Dryer for Miniature Painting

3 reasons you need a hair dryer for painting miniatures and models - review and tips for faster miniature and model painting - use a hair dryer to glaze and for advanced techniques

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 should invest in a blow dryer for painting miniatures, and I highlight some tips for effectively using a hair dryer in your miniature painting workflow. …

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Popularity Contest? Warmachine MK3 versus 40k 8th Edition

A recurrent topic that I hear locally and through the social media grapevine, is the inverted success and struggle between these two game systems: Privateer Press’ Warmachine (3rd edition, aka MK3 or Mark 3) and Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 8th edition (aka 40k 8th edition).  I enjoy looking at data and finding trends or patterns …

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