Friday, July 31, 2015

Weekly Finds

Officio Assassinorum Assassins by Third Eye Nuke from Tale of Painters - TEN's style of painting helps to make these old school miniatures just pop. Not sure if I could pull off the same style or approach. Suspect I'd go for more of the latex approach with gloss black.

Rebasing Fantasy Models by Tyler Mengel from Mengel Miniatures - For all those Warhammer Fantasy players that suddenly felt the need to pull their models off bases, this is possibly the best solution. This could also work for Space Marine players. An alternative is the 32mm conversion rings from Secret Weapon Miniatures.

Friday, July 10, 2015

Weekly Finds

Taurans by Overdrive from thw Bolter & Chainsword - A quick look at how to achieve masking using tape and putty. I've also shown what the guys at Massive Voodoo have done in the past as well.

Seekers of Truth by Royal Cactus from the Bolter & Chainsword - You don't often see someone taking the loyalist Space Marine Terminators and converting them into Chaos Terminators. But this has really worked. The powerfist is just awesome.

Pandemonium Genesis Cultists by Kouzes le from Blog de Kouzes - A interesting approach to washing some cultists. I've never seen matt medium used before. So I'm not sure how unique this approach is... but it's something to consider given that I've got 35 of these guys to paint. There is also Games Workshops own Youtube tutorial.

Friday, July 03, 2015

Weekly Finds

Using Foamcore: Part 1 by Universal Head from The Esoteric Order of Games - I stumbled across this amazing website while looking for a way to store my Space Hulk. I've settled on the Battlefoam Tray insert. However, there is soooo much awesome contained in this website and associated forum. I'll have to get myself set up to create some foamcore inserts for my growing collection of board games.

Imperial Fist Captain by Luther from The Mighty Brush - I was googling for individuals that have used Vallejo Flat Yellow for their Imperial Fists when I found this miniature. The technique is different to my own. But it gives me some ideas for weathering.