In this short video, I’ll be showing a quick and easy method of painting up a Grot’s skin for your Ork army. With the Grots being the smallest bar snotlings, I like to get them looking pretty light and bright. This method is quick to do in batches and will have their skin looking good… More Video ‘How to: Paint Grot Skin’
This is a quick unboxing of the new start set for Warhammer Age of Sigmar. Let us know in the comments what you want to see, and which models you want us to paint first. Thanks for watching!
While painting up the Bioligus Putrifier for a video, I realised that about 20% of the miniature is bottles of some description, so, I held off on painting to do this video. This week, I’ll be taking you through a quick and easy method to paint glass bottles. Thanks for watching, and if you… More Video ‘How to: Paint Glass Bottles’
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
On the 22nd April 2017, South London Warlords hosted the annual Salute event, the largest one-day gaming event in the UK held in the ExCeL London venue, hosting stands from a whole host of war games miniatures, games and scenery suppliers. As well as having painting competitions and gaming tournaments, it’s the idea opportunity for… More Video: Salute 2017
Here at the Brush & Boltgun we are branching out into videos. The first video of a new series we’re calling “How To” is available for you to view. This is all about cleaning up your models before you paint them (more info below): Tools used: Citadel Mouldline Remover Tamiya Extra Thin Glue E.M.A. Plastic… More How To Video Series – How To Clean Up Your Models For Painting.