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  • How to Paint Warriors of Rohan – 2019
    by Brushstroke on September 18, 2019 at 2:30 pm

    This painting guide is intended to be a quick and simple process to paint Warriors of Rohan to a good tabletop level. The steps work […]The post How to Paint Warriors of Rohan – 2019 appeared first on FauxHammer.

  • WIP day 10 – details
    by docbungle on September 18, 2019 at 12:00 pm

    Nearly there. have added in some details of spare KoS parts coming through the portal. With a splash of contrast paint into the resin (used as a glue in the case) to sort of give the idea of the model manifesting. I think it works well, although I am at the point now where I

  • Project P30 – Part 6. When inspiration strikes!
    by [email protected] (David Soper) on September 17, 2019 at 4:32 pm

    I’m a great believer in using real-world references for my mini painting. Most often these images will serve as a starting point rather than being a direct reference. But either way, the use of reference material can help to ground a fantastical paint scheme in reality giving it an extra edge. Although I’m currently working on Troggoths my Nurgle Tank is also very much on my mind. The time when I will start painting it is coming closer and I need to get my ideas in place. I’m going to have to try and pull out all the stops, and the simple green colour scheme of my old Tank will not suffice. I’ve decided to try a bolder scheme on my new Tank and make use of the, much increased, surface area by introducing lots of texture and patterning. I’ve already been collecting reference material that includes a range of reptiles and amphibians. So far so good but nothing had really inspired me, until this morning! Taking advantage of the lovely weather I visited nearby Mottisfont Abbey. While walking around the newly restored walled kitchen garden inspiration struck! The gardeners at Mottisfont are growing a huge selection of gourds in preparation for an autumn festival. With their sometimes gnarled and knobbly surfaces and a range of bold stripes, splotches and speckles the gourds instantly grabbed my attention.These, more than anything I’ve looked at previously, have something of the look and feel I want to create for my Tank. This is not to say that I want my Nurgle Tank to look like a giant pumpkin, although there’s a thought for Halloween! But the patterns and textures on the gourds give me a great starting point to develop my ideas from. It just goes to prove that it’s important to keep your eyes and mind open for inspiration because you never know when it will strike!

  • Iwata Eclipse HP-CS Airbrush Review – For Miniatures & Wargames Models
    by FauxHammer on September 17, 2019 at 2:30 pm

    So I’m finally done with my Iwata Eclipse HP-CS Airbrush Review. This Review is specifically tailored to Wargames Miniature & Model painters. The Iwata Eclipse […]The post Iwata Eclipse HP-CS Airbrush Review – For Miniatures & Wargames Models appeared first on FauxHammer.

  • WIP day 9 – UV resin time
    by docbungle on September 17, 2019 at 12:00 pm

    Well it finally arrived I have a much larger bottle of UV resin which means it’s time to see pink elephants….. So I have added to the base for the water effect, which is just quicker using this stuff. And obviously first pass on the portal. I do want to play around with some layering


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