This post was meant to be all about how to paint Stormcast Retributors, in a similar vein to the Liberators, Sequitors, etc that I’ve already covered. Firstly, I always start by spraying them with Retributor Armour, as I find the spray the best base colour. As usual, this post starts with them sprayed with Retributor… More How to: Paint Stormcast Retributors – featuring lumpy spray paint.
In this video I’ll be talking through a quick and easy method of painting up a Stormcast Eternals Knight-Incantor to get her looking great for the tabletop. A full list of paints used is below the video, along with links to other relevant posts and videos. A slowtime tutorial on how to paint the Stormcast… More Video ‘How to: Paint a Stormcast Eternals Knight-Incantor’
In this video I’ll be talking through a quick and easy method of painting up a Stormcast Eternals Lord-Celestant to get them looking great for the tabletop. A slowtime tutorial on how to paint the Stormcast Eternals’ gold armour can be found here. Again, the periods of the video with no speech are extra quiet… More Video ‘How to: paint a Stormcast Eternals’ Lord-Celestant’
In this video I’ll be talking through a quick and easy method of painting up a Stormcast Liberator to get them looking great for the tabletop. A full list of paints used can be found below the video here, and on youtube. On a related note, a slowtime tutorial on how to paint the Stormcast… More Video ‘How to: Paint a Stormcast Liberator’
In this video I’ll be demonstrating a quick and easy method of painting Stormcast Eternals’ gold armour. There are a lot of ways to paint gold, but this is the way I prefer. I’ve linked another method of painting gold armour below, which Mike posted up for his custodes a while back. For this tutorial… More Video ‘How to: Paint Stormcast Eternals’ Gold Armour’
In this video I’ll be talking through a quick and easy method of painting up the Easy to Build Stormcast Sequitor Prime. Although it covers the whole miniature, I’ll be posting a video of how to do specific parts (shields, gold, etc) for the Stormcast in the next few weeks. This was a great miniature… More Video ‘How to: Paint Stormcast Sequitors’
Follow my blog with Bloglovin It was a warm June day when Adam’s Old Empire formed up against Rob’s Maggotkin of Nurgle in a 500 point scrap to the death. It was the first time we’ve faced off against each other. Rob – 500 points sounded like a lot when we first started playing. Turns… More Age of Sigmar Battle Report: Empire vs Nurgle
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!
In this video I’ll be talking through a quick and easy method of painting up a Putrid Blightking so they’ll look great on the tabletop. A list of paints used is beneath the video. Paints Used: Citadel Leadbelcher Citadel Mephiston Red Citadel Deepkin Flesh Citadel Ulthuan Grey Citadel Rakarth Flesh Citadel Abbadon Black Citadel Retributor… More Video ‘How to: Paint Putrid Blightkings’
Welcome to the second part of the Plaguebearer Painting Techniques guide, where I’ll be showing the remaining parts of how I paint the Plaguebearers. Part one is here, so if you haven’t had a look yet, go and check it out, it covers all the rest of the miniatures that aren’t covered below. Blight Swords… More Plaguebearer Painting Techniques, part 2
Warhammer Fest On Sunday the 13th May, Mike, Dave , Chris, and I headed to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry to attend the second day of Warhammer Fest (Games Workshop’s annual event). The arena itself was set up almost identically to last year, with the Forge World sales area at one end of the main… More Warhammer Fest 2018 Review (Picture Heavy)
I did a similar couple of posts to this with the Death Guard a while back, and as I’m now also painting up some Age of Sigmar Plaguebearers, now might be a good time to show how I’m painting them, and a few ideas to help them all look a little different, and a lot… More Plaguebearer Painting Techniques, part 1
Well March to War 2018 is over, and we thought we’d give you one last post to show how we got on. We still think it’s an excellent challenge, but it is one that needs careful planning and consideration. Next year we’ll all complete it… Adam: The end is nigh! Actually, for me it’s right… More March to War 2018 Roundup
Well, this is the twelfth update for the March to War challenge. April is almost upon us, and with only three more days to go this is the final chance we have to show you what we’ve been up to. But don’t worry, there will be a final summary post coming up soon so you… More March to War 2018 – 12th Update
In this tutorial, we’ll be showing you a quick and easy way to base your Nurglings to make them look great on the battlefield. Everything you need is listed below. The bases I’m working on for my Nurgle Daemons have a muddy swamp effect at the rear, and green grass at the fore, so it… More Video ‘How to: Base Nurglings’
It’s week eight, and we’re moving quickly through the second half of the challenge. We’ve had a fair bit of distraction this past week, with two nights spent playing some Malign Portents games of Age of Sigmar. If you haven’t played Age of Sigmar, we recommend you give it a crack, it’s simple, with added… More March to War – Update 7
My Death Guard army progress slows as we look at the Malign Portents which are being seen across the eight Mortal Realms, my focus has shifted from Warhammer 40k to Age of Sigmar. I’m painting up some Nurgle Daemons for AoS, happy in the knowledge that I can also use them in 40k as part… More How to: Paint and Base Nurglings
This week’s video is a quick and easy method of painting Nurglings to get them looking great on the tabletop. The video shows how to paint one row of Nurglings, but repeat the process on each row and they’ll look like the image above. A full list of paints is below the video here, and… More Video ‘How to: Paint Nurglings’
Today marks the last day of January – the first month of March to War. Progress has been varied so far, but with two months still to go, we’re on target. The tactic for completing March to War is to get the painting out of the way first then do your building at the last… More March to War 2018 – Update 4
Mike: I started the Hobby Guilt season with a lot of optimism. It was, after all, my idea. I thought, ‘great, I can finally clear out some of these models that I’ve been working on before starting on our March to War 2018 competition in January’. As you’ve seen, fate and time transpired against me.… More Hobby Guilt and The Last Crusade
Shadespire. What can I say about it? Well, not a lot, I’ve not played it yet, but in the coming week or so we’ve got a couple of gaming days coming up, and by thunder I’ll be playing it one way or another. Miniature wise, what I can say, is that the miniatures are great,… More Shadespire – Stormcast Eternals
Rob: Well, it’s the Christmas Edition, but there’s nothing festive about this week’s painting. With work’s parties and day to day life, there’s not been too much in the way of painting other than finishing off the Stormcast Eternals for Wednesday’s post: I’ve also been working on the Khorne Bloodbound a little, though not a… More Hobby Guilt – Christmas Edition
This week our video is about how to paint the Orruks from Shadespire. I’ve not gone with the regular yellow, instead choosing the blue of the Death Skulls, because all of my 40k orks are Death Skulls. Check it out here: Thanks for reading, and if you have any thoughts please comment below. While you’re… More Video ‘How to: Paint Shadespire Orruks’
Rob We’ve been at this a few weeks now, and despite everything, I’ve still not stuck to the exact script of trying to clear out the backlog. This has been in no way helped by Necromunda being released. Since it’s release, I’ve primed all of the scenery with Games Workshop’s Stormvermin Fur spray and put… More Hobby Guilt – The saga continues
Adam: So, I hear you ask, in our tale of Samurai and hobby redemption, have I managed to make steps to turn an erstwhile band of unpainted Ronin into an honourable band of retainers worthy of their noble lineage? The answer is, kind of… Having assembled a few models, the first thing I needed to do before… More Hobby Guilt Season Week 1
Back in August I visited Stockholm and Helsinki. I was off to Helsinki for Worldcon, the World Science Fiction Convention, and went to Stockholm on the way, because why not? I’d always wanted to visit. Not only did I fall in love with Stockholm, but I started learning the language. (Hej och välkommen till alla… More Games Workshop Stockholm & Games Workshop Helsinki
Plaguebearers. They’ve always been hideous, and as Games Workshop’s miniatures have improved, they’ve become more so. With the release of Blightwar and the ongoing Death Guard releases – you may have noticed I’ve been painting Nurgle a LOT – I thought it would be a good time to expand my Chaos force for Age of… More How to paint plaguebearers
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
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?
Welcome to our new blog! We’ll post some information up here shortly.