Warlord Pin Washes - I'm finally at the enamel phase, where I get to add pin washes around all of the panels. Once they are done, I glue them on move on to the next pane...
Thursday, May 9, 2013
So for the Army Painter paints, my personal opinion is Yes, I would get and use it again. In fact, I'll use it for my Skaven project later this year.
My most sincerest thanks to Bo of Army Painter for hooking me up with the Mega Paint Set. Truly appreciate it. Hope your venture grows and continue to grow :)
Thanks all for tuning in. Cheers.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
What's the best medicine to get out of a hobby rut??? Different things for different folks I guess. Fortunately for me, mine came in the form of a set of paints to test out. How totally cool is that!!
So first of all, my most sincere appreciation to Bo of The Army Painter for graciously sending me a set of their Warpaints Mega Game Set :) It's like getting an early birthday gift. This set comes with 32 colors, 3 inks and a matt varnish which they call Anti-Shine. Cool name for a varnish huh. There are also 6 brushes and the best item in the box for me....the Wargamers Army Painting Guide.
I consider myself relatively new in the miniatures wargamming hobby (less than 5 years) and this painting booklet would have been a great help when I first started.
I'm so impressed with how easy they've demonstrated on how to paint up a model that I've decided to paint one up following their recommended steps and of course using just things from this box set. This is what I'll paint up. The really nice D&D Purple Worm resin model from Gale force 9.
The Army Painter 4 steps are :
1. Spray - basically this is the priming stage;
2. Basecoat with Warpaints;
3. Quickshade; and finally
This is where I'm at so far.
Clearly still a lot to do so stay tuned :) Cheers all