Miniature Sculpting articles

Blood and Paint X: The Crimson Harvest – A Mammoth Predator, Part 3 (Head)

Blood and Paint X: The Crimson Harvest – A Mammoth Predator, Part 3 (Head)

Time to headbang! When last we left him, the Mammoth Predator was all body and no head. While that might be the ideal for some people, our gargantuan needs a head that weighs nearly as much as his body.     First, let me get this out of the way: I watched way too much

Blood and Paint IX: The Crimson Harvest – A Mammoth Predator, Part 2 (Upper Body)

To kick ass, you need a body, as well as legs. So in this article, we give the Mammoth his four arms of doom (and a torso to support them, just because I’m feeling generous). When last we saw him, the Mammoth had risen up from his squat to bring his ‘weapons’ to stare normal beasts

Blood and Paint VII: The Crimson Harvest – Raider and Krea

Welcome back to another installment of “are you kidding me?” theater, also known as Blood and Paint! This week we turn our terrible intentions towards the Cyclops Raider and the Krea.  “But MK,” you might find yourself asking, “why would you mod and paint a Raider before the more mainstay beasts of the Skorne empire?”

Blood and Paint V: The Crimson Harvest – Paingiver Beast Handlers and Willbreaker

Hello again, folks! MK here with another edition of ‘why did he do that to the poor defenseless miniature’, also known as Blood and Paint. Today we turn our attentions to the Willbreaker and the Paingiver Beast Handlers. When I was doing my Journeyman League these were my additions past the battlebox. Some might find

A Beginner’s Guide to Sculpting part XII – A Brass Rod for Gudrun

A Beginner’s Guide to Sculpting part XI – A Brass Rod for Gudrun When sculptors make the original mini from which all future minis are cast, they use a variety of materials – epoxy resins like greenstuff, pre-cast bits, tubing, guitar strings and so on – whatever gives them the desired shape, effect and contour. 

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