Miniature Painting articles

The Warmachine Two-Player Battle Box: Painting Khador

Two-Player Battle Box – Painting Khador [singlepic id=1839 w=320 h=240 float=center] For those of you following along at home this is the next stage in my series on the Two Player Battle Box for Warmachine. Last time we looked at Assembling the miniatures. This time we will be looking at painting the Khador half of

Tutorial: From Beginning to End – Rhupert Carvolo

Welcome to another of Ghool’s tutorials! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? This time around, as a result of a few reader requests, I am going to just demonstrate how I paint a model from start to finish. I use several techniques I’ve already covered. Familiarize yourself with Two Brush Blending, Washes and Glazing, and

Getting Started in Warmachine: Tier 3 – Painting

Welcome back to the third tier of our getting started in Warmachine series. This part of Tier 3 will get you started painting your models. This guide is intended for those new to Warmachine and those new to wargaming as a whole. Our intent is to take a player who has never played a wargame

Tutorial: Basics – Glazed Over: Washes and Glazing

Welcome to another article in the Basics Series for Miniature Painting! In this article I will demonstrate techniques for glazing, and washing, and the difference between the two. The majority of this tutorial will cover glazing, since it is a technique a lot of painters struggle with understanding; How thick does the glaze need to

Tutorial: Assembly Guide – Cylena Raefyll and the Nyss Hunters

Welcome to the first installment of the Assembly Guide series of articles! This series will go over the most common (and maybe some not-so-common) difficult to assemble models in the Privateer Press range, and provide the reader with simple to follow instructions on how to put these models together in the easiest way possible. In

Tutorial: Advanced – Object-Source Lighting

One of the most eye-catching effects in miniature painting is source lighting, where a glowing object casts light on the rest of the miniature. Especially in the fantasy and science-fiction genres, it’s a great way to show that a sword is imbued with magical energy, or a plasma cannon is charged and ready to fire.

Tutorial: Basics – Back in Black: Painting Black Armour

I’m baa-aack! With an appropriately named tutorial to boot. It’s been what, a month since I did an ‘official’ tutorial for Hand Cannon?? Not counting the previews of course. I hope you all enjoy, good readers! This is another in my Basics series of tutorials, that covers some of the fundamental techniques in miniature painting.