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Stephen is painting Vikings Sep 16
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Paul Bratcher 5h
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NobleD 20h
I'll have to wait on basing but the Master of Possession is ready for some summoning action. are solid.
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Alex Robson 21h
Well, I haven't posted anything in a while! Time to remedy that - it's carnival time in the Bloodwind Spoil!
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Nate Zettle Sep 16
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jonpaintsminis Sep 12
Contrast paints have revolutionised how I do skin tones. Darker tone recipe courtesy of
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Craig Gallant Sep 16
Next painting project 1: Black primer and wraithbone dry brush. Love how it makes the details pop, and makes painting areas easier. The pirates are ready for , the British are ready for the wraithbone...
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Stuart Warner Sep 16
A quick play with contrast paints over metalllics. Definitely worth revisiting when time permits :) would love a more detailed model too
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Michael Timpe Sep 16
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Craig Gallant Sep 15
Finished my first minis: the Four Horsemen other Apocalypse and their reviews. All painted with after black primer and dry brush. Really liking this method. Although I did go with metallics for the metals this time.
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Jason, the Okayest Painter Sep 15
from , painted with . This one was simple, but the effect is pretty great.
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Stephen is painting Vikings Sep 14
Black shield troops. The front Rank was painted in about 2009, they have needed a rear rank for ages, now with I finally got round to them. Mean bastards, I’m sure they are from the novels?
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aaronpolson Sep 14
Werewolf 2... again with the and highlights. Somebody's planning a themed session... @ Lawrence, Kansas
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Jason, the Okayest Painter Sep 14
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3rd Space Gaming Sep 14
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Nate Zettle Sep 12
The Wyvern is the latest monster to leave my painting table. Painted with a mixture of Citadel and traditional brush techniques.
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aaronpolson Sep 12
More work with Highly textured areas work best. I still like more highlights... @ Lawrence, Kansas
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Craig Gallant Sep 9
In just 1/2 an NFL game I went from primed & dry-brushed (wraith bone) to this using only . I think I've figured this stuff out! Flat black primer, then the ole light dry-brush, now w/ contrast primer, THEN Contrast!
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Joshua Mills Sep 9
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aaronpolson Sep 9
Behir from . . I painted him using mostly contrast paints from GW. Details and highlights added with and The are good for a base coat and wash in one…
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