Tag Archives: Advanced

Ghools’ Painting Tips – De-Mystifying Non-Metallic Metals

Ghools’ Painting Tips – De-Mystifying Non-Metallic Metals

A painting guide that goes in-depth with NMM, and provides an easy to use workflow and methodology. This is more for advanced painters, and those wishing to really push their skills to the next level. All paints used in this video are Formula P3 by Privateer Press unless stated otherwise. Base – Bastion Grey Shade

Tutorial: Advanced – Undead Flesh

[singlepic id=1936 w=150 h=150 float=center] Zombies! Thralls! Frankenstein’s monsters! Want to breathe unlife into your undead miniatures? Look no further. In this article, I’ll be showing you how to paint the flesh on your favorite living dead. The main technique presented, underpainting, can also be used on much more than just undead miniatures. Underpainting is

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: Advanced – That One Hurt!: Painting Battle Damage

[singlepic id=880 w=150 h=150 float=center] We all love tabletop wargames, and our miniatures often see many battles. As hobbyists, we want our miniatures to look it! Well-done battle damage effects can make miniatures look more realistic on the battlefield, and also more fun to look at. In this tutorial, I will demonstrate a couple different