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 […]
We all need brushes, 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 […]
The choice of best brush for miniature painting is personal, but the general consensus is the pointed round size #1 or #2, which has a bristle length of about 8-12mm, […]
I read a lot of blogs. Here is one that I enjoyed. These are some good tips for hobbyists at home as well as the workplace.
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 […]
Make it happen. Just play!
Simple, quick advice that I’ve used in the past to get my blog moving again. Of course, it all depends on the kind of writer you are…. stream of conscience […]
The irony of this post is that it is essentially advice for writing that doesn’t have any pitfalls. A good read with two simple guidelines to keep moving forward with […]
An informative article on basing miniatures for tabletop games and other sculpts
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? […]
Some quick and useful tips for honing creativity while you’re busy or just simply stuck.
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 […]
I wish I had more time in the day for hobbies. As I get older, I feel that I have less and less time to do the things I want […]
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 […]
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.