by blootack | Posted Oct 17, 2014 | 110 views | rated 5.0/5.0
Painting a Plaguebearer of Nurgle! I'm doing this guy in some cooler blue colours giving him an almost icy look. A snow base would suit him perfectly. I'm a little slow today with my talking but that's what I get for staying up all night painting Daemo...
In this tutorial I show how I painted a Daemonette of Slaanesh for Warhammer 40k or Warhammer Fantasy miniatures with games-workshop new Citadel color range.
Colors needed: Abbadon Black, Codex Grey (dawnstone), Fortress Grey (Administratum grey), I...
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In This I'll show u how to pain a : Night Goblin, Spear, Shield & 2 Bow's.
From The Box : '' Night Goblins ''
Music : Three Days Grace - Time Of Dying
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by blootack | Posted Oct 21, 2014 | 92 views | rated 5.0/5.0
I'm Trying To Paint a Plaguebearer of Nurgle in a nice purple/green colour scheme for use in a Chaos Daemons army for either fantasy or 40k. Purple and Green combined makes Grurple which sounds pretty Nurgly to me. I use GW paints.
A few simple techniques to paint tabletop wargaming miniatures quickly and effectively. Something for those seeking tips on painting their first models, and an ideal method to paint large units quickly.
by MiniPainterV | Posted Jun 29, 2012 | 2,766 views | not rated
I painted almost only with washes and It took around 1 hour for one Ork boyy. I paint my orks in like a goff scheme and a evil sunz. I am going to start a speed freak army with many trukks and koptas. You can also paint orcs and goblins using this tech...
by spartanfit | Posted Dec 14, 2011 | 1,837 views | not rated
This is how I chose to paint my spearmen from a city in the Empire named Wolfenburg. Soon to come are pictures of the completed unit and a tutorial for my Wolfenburg handgunners. Thanks for watching, don't forget to subscribe and like the video!