So we begin a new Tabletop Games UK Paints, this time with the dark and slightly disturbing Empire of the Dead a dark game set in Gothic Victorian England.
Every year I sit and look at the pictures from events such as Games Workshop’s Golden Demon awards or Mantic’s Brush with Death and I am always suitably impressed with the quality of the work. The fine details that some painters are able to achieve astound me even after 25+ years of gaming. Across the internet, we as gamers are bombarded with pictures of other people’s models, even some from the august members of this very blog. Just in the last few weeks we have seen the impressive work on the real scale Space Marines of atbzimark. Continue reading In defence of table-top grade painting
Welcome back to Sunday Colour! This week I finished my Qapu force for Inifinity the Game for the second time. Possibly not the last either if I keep seeing cool figures that fit the mercenary theme I’ve got going…
You’ll always get those moments with bits of terrain when you look at them and think that’s not that special, but I guess it’ll do. I used to be very much like that and it’s been more about getting stuff on the table and playing games than the elements behind the scene like terrain. But as some of you may have seen in my other articles I’ve been slowly trying to up my game.
Imperial Agent Crane Rank miniature exclusive for pre-orders, from October 17th to November 14th (both included).Painting miniatures from A to Z, Ángel Giráldez Masterclass Volume 2 Recommended retail price: 45,00 € Number of pages: 152 Format: A4 Cover: Paperback Language: English
Ángel Giráldez Masterclass Volume 2 is a painting tutorial guide complementary to the first volume.
This present volume explains new techniques and tips through hundreds of pictures of the painting process, which will help painters to continually improve their miniature painting skills.
The Masterclasses section includes tutorial guides about how to paint all the different Infinity armies, in addition to detailing which colors Ángel used to paint the official Infinity color patterns.
If you are a fan of the Infinity universe, or if you are a painter who wants to improve, then this new volume will be an illuminating resource.
So take your paints and brushes, and enjoy alongside Ángel this new step of the miniature painting hobby world.
OK I know he’s not part of the Ravenwing but he’s borrowing one of the bikes alright? Good. The last week or so have been painfully slow going on the painting front but I’ve been spurred into action by the deadline of a painting comp.
Continue reading Sunday Colour: Ravenwing Librarian
With my other Terrain articles I’ve been aiming for an end product that has some use when gaming. So the Trees and Asteroids have a purpose, the piece this time doesn’t really have a purpose in any game and it’s all for show.
When your out doing demo’s it’s really nice to have something for the mini’s your using to sit on. Whilst a nice glass cabinet is great, it’s a bit much to drag around to places that I’m just doing a demo at. After seeing Mark’s Armies on Parade post it reminded me that my current display board was not only a little small for my expanding force but very bland. It’s just a piece of a very old Zuzzy matt dry brushed and stuck on some blue foam.
With today’s excitement about armies on parade I thought I’d join in so took a jaunt along to my local Warhammer store for a gander…
Hi all! I’ve been seeing an awful lot of crazily good paint jobs for this Armies on Parade malarkey and figured I’d get in on the act in a slightly worse fashion!
Continue reading Sunday Colour: Night Lords on Parade