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Miniature painting

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Painting worn leather on miniatures is a nice touch that adds some great detail. So, I'll show you how to do it in only a few steps. Super easy!

Painting worn leather on miniatures is a nice touch that adds some great detail. So, I'll show you how to do it in only a few steps. Super easy!

We (Ringil and River) have a wonderful tutorial - one sample of painting woman skin. It was written about 2 years ago. Yes, it's quite ...

We (Ringil and River) have a wonderful tutorial - one sample of painting woman skin. It was written about 2 years ago. Yes, it's quite ...

Darren Latham on Twitter: "Hi all! Me second contrast tutorial is now up on my blog if you want to check it out. This time I tackle nmm steel as it was requested a lot after my recent nmm gold tutorial. Cheers! https://t.co/sHtaG7API0 #warmongers #paintingwarhammer #warhammer40k #warhammer… https://t.co/aATSqoKues"

“Hi all! Me second contrast tutorial is now up on my blog if you want to check it out. This time I tackle nmm steel as it was requested a lot after my recent nmm gold tutorial. Cheers! https://t.co/sHtaG7API0 #warmongers #paintingwarhammer #warhammer40k #warhammer”

From the Warp: How I paint tabletop level metallic gold

I was asked the other day how I painted the gold on the crozius for the Dark Vengeance Chaplain I posted. I've actually got a couple different ways I paint gold. This is the method I use for quick, tabletop results. There are tons of ways to paint any metallic, but this is my "go to" method for quick and basic gold. It's worth noting that this method yields a warm, bright gold in the end. While it might look like a bunch of steps, they are super easy and the biggest problem you'll have is…

detailed-miniature-painting-ideas

There’s just something different about looking at a painting, isn’t? It not just soothes your eyes with its kaleidoscope of colours but it intrigues and urges you to look beneath the surface. It not just reflects the work of an artist but also unveils his or her soul and that’s something pretty intense. It really doesn’t matter whether it’s a big or small painting; it works its magic and binds you in a spell anyway. Today, let’s have a look at some really pretty Detailed Miniature Painting…

Darren Latham Miniature Painting: Contrast paints skin tutorial

I had a couple of hours to kill this morning so I thought I'd do another contrast paints tutorial. I wanted to see how easy and fast it would be to achieve a decent skin tone as its always a part of a mini that can cause problems. Here are the stages I used- 1. Over an undercoat of wraithbone spray I applied a 50/50 mix of darkoath flesh and contrast medium. 2. I then shaded in select areas with pure darkoath flesh. 3. I repeated this process with fyreslayer flesh focusing more on the deeper…