This week’s video is a start to finish of the Death Guard Plague Surgeon miniature: Thanks for reading, and if you have any thoughts please comment below. While you’re here, why not follow us on our other social media listed below: Facebook / Instagram / Twitter / Youtube
Here’s a useful method for getting your tank tracks looking like real metal! Tools used: Citadel Nuln Oil – https://www.games-workshop.com/en-GB/Shade-Nuln-Oil Citadel Agrax Earthshade – https://www.games-workshop.com/en-GB/Shade-Agrax-Earthshade Citadel Necron Compound – https://www.games-workshop.com/en-GB/Dry-Necron-Compound Citadel M Shade Brush – https://www.games-workshop.com/en-GB/M-Shade-Brush Citadel L Dry Brush – https://www.games-workshop.com/en-GB/L-Drybrush Used for recording: APEMAN Action Camera 12MP 1080P Canon 600D Apple iPhone 6s… More Video – How to: Paint Tank Tracks
In this week’s video, we’ll be painting up the Death Guard’s one and only Typhus, Herald of Nurgle. Paints Used:- Vallejo Model Air Rust Vallejo Model Air Steel Vallejo Model Colour White Vallejo Russian Uniform WWII Vallejo Model Colour Basic Skintone Vallejo Model Colour Dark Seagreen Vallejo Model Colour London Grey Citadel Xereus Purple Citadel… More Video ‘How to: Paint Typhus, Herald of Nurgle’
A quick video on how to use grass tufts. Using Army Painter super glue and Citadel Grass Tufts.
In todays video, we’ll be giving a short tutorial on how to paint a sorcerer for the Sons of the Sorcerer warband, who are part of the Black Legion. This is using the Ahriman miniature from the Burning of Prospero boxed game. If you have any thoughts please comment below, and please follow us on… More Video ‘How to: Paint Sons of the Cyclops’
In today’s video we give a short, quick and easy, tutorial of how to paint up your Nurgle Plaguebearers ready for the tabletop. If you have any thoughts please comment below, and please follow us on our other social media listed below: Facebook / Instagram / Twitter / Youtube
New to painting, or want to find a better way to add depth to your models? This short video shows two different ways of edge highlighting your models and making them look more impressive! Tools used: Citadel Calgar Blue Windsor and Newton Series 7 Size 1 Brush Used for recording: APEMAN Action Camera 12MP 1080P… More How to: Edge Highlight
New to painting, or want to find a better way to add depth to your models? This short video shows two different methods for shading your models and making them look more impressive! Tools used: Citadel Nuln Oil Citadel Medium Shade Brush Windsor and Newton Series 7 Size 1 Brush Used for recording: Sony HDR-XR550… More Video "How to: Shade Your Models"
Following on from the post a few weeks back, this video shows the whole process start to finish on two miniatures, a pox walker from the Dark Imperium box, and a zombie (05:48) from the Mantic Games Walking Dead: All Out War box. If you have any thoughts please comment below, and please consider following… More Video "How to: Paint gore and open wounds on Death Guard, Pox Walkers and Zombies
If you follow us on Instagram, here, or on youtube you’ll know that I’m bang into Death Guard at the moment. One of the things I wanted to do was get them al looking shabby and weathered, like caring for their armour was the last thing on their mind. I wasn’t sure how to go… More Video "How to: Death Guard corrosion and weathering"
Just varnished your models and they’re ruined? Has the matt varnish gone cloudy and ruined your paintwork? Here’s an easy fix to make sure that all your hard work doesn’t go to waste! Tools used: Citadel Gloss “‘Ardcoat” Varnish Used for recording: APEMAN Action Camera 12MP 1080P Canon 600D Apple iPhone 6s Edited in Adobe… More Video Series: How to Fix Matt Varnish Clouding
Following on from the Pox Walker infections video, this video shows how to paint the corroded blades on the Death Guard miniatures, so that they look old and battered. I’ll be adding another soon with the Pox Walker blades, which I paint as heavily rusted. While you’re here, please consider following us on… More Video "How to: Paint corroded weapons"
Today’s video is all about painting red, and a quick and easy method of getting a red cloak from undercoat to painted up ready for your tabletop. The same technique can be used on red armour, so it’s a handy method to know. A step by step post will be uploaded to this site soon… More How To Video Series: Painting Red
Today we’ve posted up the second How To video tutorial over on Youtube and embedded down below, and it’s the video version of the How to paint: Gemstones post we put up here last week. If you have a watch of the video and like what you see, please subscribe to our channel and give… More How to: Paint Gemstones