Continuing the series on quick and easy techniques, this week we have brown fur. I’m practising this on a metal Hasselfree Miniature, but at the end I show a couple of examples of the same technique applied to some Citadel Miniatures from Games Workshop. A full list of paints can be found beneath the video.… More Video ‘How to: Paint Brown Fur’
In this short tutorial, I’ll be showing you a quick and easy method of how to paint brown leather. As a quick guide its ideal for RPG miniatures, or bulk painting the brown leather on an army’s infantry if there’s a lot of them. You can spend a lot more time on it, building up… More Video ‘How to: Paint Brown Leather’
In the second sword blade tutorial, we’ll be painting up a purple blade. I use these myself on my Sons of Horus and Black Legion, as well as the odd plaguebearer weapon. It’s a really simple technique, and I like to give it a coat of gloss varnish afterward as it gives it a kind… More Video ‘How to: Paint Purple Sword Blades, Power Swords.
In this post I’ll be painting a face with a different skintone. With the variety of skin tones you have available you can pick from any number and the principles will still be the same. The miniature in this video is one of the plastic Frostgrave Soldiers, with the head being from a different company,… More Video ‘How to: Paint Faces 2’
Continuing the tutorials on fantasy and RPG type miniatures, this is a very quick tutorial on how to paint plate armour. It’s used on miniatures from historical games like Saga through to sci fi games like Warhammer 40k, but this quick and easy method should have it looking great for the tabletop. Although I used… More Video ‘How to: Paint Plate Armour’