Every month on The Brush & Boltgun we will be having a hobby challenge. It’s a great way to give yourself an incentive to get some hobby done, be it modelling, converting, or painting, and it’s also a great way to showcase your work. Starting on the 1st of each month, Rob and I will… More April Hobby Challenge – Roboute Guilliman
Battle damage on miniatures can be something you either love or hate on miniatures. I used to hate it, reasoning, why would you want to paint a figure well, then make it look battered. R Kid’s Black Templars look stunning, as they are pristine, armour polished and not a chafe in sight. Nowadays I like… More Painting Basics: Battle Damage
The Brush and Boltgun has had a little makeover! That’s right, we’re pleased to promote and show off our brand new, shiny logo. Made by Rob (I cannot draw – no seriously!) we think it shows off everything that Brush and Boltgun is about, but in a nice, simple, easy to recognise package. Rob has… More The Emperor’s New… Logo?
A colleague of mine is about to start work on a Wild West film. For one of the props he bought this water bottle, a classic western trope: The only problem is that it’s a bit modern and clean looking. So I offered to dirty it up for him. I did this in the same… More Weathering
I love the Breacher miniatures. I’ll get that out of the way now, then I can carry on without making a fuss. With all the models for the Sons of Horus army I’m building, I’ve tried to give them a battered look as though they’ve been through the wars already, so apologies if you’re looking… More Sons of Horus Breachers