There is quite a unique challenge in painting the larger models from Games Workshop. Of course, there isn’t much you can do except grind forward. A key trick to making […]
I have a tabletop roleplaying group that I adventure with about once per month. We’ve met for more than two years and have a wonderful time. I won’t get into […]
Great tutorial on basing miniatures with do-it-yourself materials. Ancient ruin themed bases work with so many tabletop themed armies and models that this should be helpful for many of you […]
I never expected to pick up the Grymkin faction (Warmachine/Hordes tabletop game). But, when I saw the models and the night-marish style….Taking control of monsters of bad-dreams couldn’t be boring, right? […]
A Warmachine/Hordes post: This is a re-blog from a Grymkin site I’m following with great overviews of the different casters and how they synergize within the faction. Here is an […]
Do you want your models to stand apart from all the rest? Did you ever want to try your hand at making your own sculpts, but wasn’t sure where to […]
I’ve gotten many questions over the years from new hobbyists about what they can do to improve their miniature painting. To keep it simple, here’s the top 10 things I […]
Excellent post on how to improve miniature painting by adding more contrast (e.g., the incorporation of a wider range of light to dark values)
When I first started learning to paint miniatures–I mean really trying to improve my work–I searched everywhere on the internet for the best tutorials for how to paint non-metallic metal […]
Great overview of miniatures used for tabletop role playing games (RPG). Check it out!
You’ve spent hours painting your miniature. Hours! Now you want to share your effort with the world. Obviously, you should take a photo. But… …you hesitate because you feel you can’t […]
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 […]
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.
Beauty is not all in the eye of the beholder. In reality, we can all agree that we judge things with our five senses, most of the time first with the […]
Well, the East Coast had a snow storm that forced me to stay indoors. I didn’t have much regular work to do, so I decided to push these Space Marine […]