Painting

Chipped and Rusty Armor

I swiped this article from a post on the [url=http://www.customhobby.com/forum/]Custom Hobby Forum.[/url]

The author can be found at:
The Basement: http://www.tbforum.co.uk/

Statue Painting

Not everyone who visits this site has access to [b]Cheddarchat[/b] so I thought it would be nice to have a Tutorial on how Keeper40k's Foo Dogs were painted.

Painting Skeletons

        This is a quick way to paint Skeletons. The method is based on an article on painting skeletons by Mike McVey in the Warhammer Fantasy Battle 4th Edition Rulebook.

        You'll find that being able to paint bones and skulls will prove useful even if you don't generally paint fantasy figures. Many Sci-fi figures feature bones and skulls too.

Step 1. Take your figure and remove any mould lines or flash. This is important since the following painting method will really show up mould lines. I find a round needle file the best tool for this job.

How to paint Mummies the Uncle Phil Way.

        Using this method you can easily turn out one or more figures in little over an hour.

Quick Painting

I suppose the real key, for me, is to paint below the standard I actually can paint if I want to (back in the the days when I considered myself a modeller).

Pewter Pops! and Head Stands!

Ever have trouble handling miniatures for painting? Want to create awesome scenic bases without ruining your miniatures' paint jobs? Pewter Pops are the solutions for all of your troubles!

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