alexsmith175

I’m back… again

So, blogging, that’s a thing right?

Well it’s been a long time since I’ve written a post but I think now is as good a time as any to give it another whirl…

First up I aim to keep this post fairly short and sweet. That said it might get a bit rambley (if that’s even a ... 

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Scott

Review: Vallejo Surface Primer

For the longest time I have been a die hard fan of Duplicolor Sandable Primer. Until today. I got a tip from my friend Bryan about using Vallejo Surface Primer and spraying it on using an airbrush. Now at first I was a bit skeptical, but Bryan is a very reliable source of information and ... 

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Ron

[Tutorial] Paint with Secret Weapon Washes

I’m always on the lookout for new painting techniques and today’s tutorial comes courtesy of Hand Cannon Online. Check out their tutorial on painting models strictly using washes. I’ve used a variation of this technique with my Tohaa and it’s paying dividends. I was able to knock out 7 models with minimum time spent at ... 

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Scott

Harriers (take 2)

Embarrassingly fast painted Harriers. Nothing special. I cut a lot of corners on these. The sculpts are not really my favorite, mostly due to how the feet/legs are positioned. I do however love keeping lesser warbeasts on my painting desk at all times. It's a nice way to break from whatever main ... 

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DieselDM

Captain Allister Caine

Captain Allister Caine, from the trenches

Following on from my Caine2 repose, I’ve completed the paint job.  I think it came out well, though I’m not thrilled with the face, but the sculpt of the face only gives you so much to work with.  This model comes on the heels of ... 

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Scott

From the Desk: Weekend Roundup #39

Some random updates. After literally months of not touching the Extrevean I finally picked it back up and continued work on the chitin. I put probably 5 or 6 coats of washes on it (my painting diary knows the details), and it's starting to take shape. Compared to the Miss Terious model ... 

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tangibleday

A Typewritten Post, literally, and Pictures

Filed under: IABN, Iron Agenda, Privateer Press, Typewriter, Warmachine Tagged: Gaming, hobby, IABN, journeyman league, painting, Privateer Press, tabletop gaming, Typewriter

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Scott

From the Desk: Custom Ad Hoc Washes

There's a lot of options for paints out there, but often there will be that one specific pot or dropper of something that is only available from a single company. Folks that have followed my blog for a while are probably aware that I have a huge array of paint brands on my desk, but ... 

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Scott

Shredders (7 and 8)

More super fast painted Shredders. Well, painting-time-wise they were super fast. They had been sitting on my desk for over 2 months before getting finished, but that's not important. What's important is they are done! I should note that there was actually an after-completion addition to these. Once again I forgot to ... 

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Griffin745

Eyesight to the Blind

So, inspired by a comment on my last post I decided to put my 3 easy steps to painting eyes on here. Like all my painting it is a very simple process, but quick and comes up with some pretty decent results.So, starting out. Finish everything else first. I ... 

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