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Hello dear MV readers, during MV's last Tutorial vote you skipped the Step by Step of the Pirate bust again and decided to see the birth of "The Nightwatch". "The Nightwatch" diorama that took Roman a long time to be finished due several reasons. This is article will not be a detailed step by step of which colour was used on the different figures. The reason to call this still a step by step is the following explanation that tries to show you how such a project grows from an early start, how it gets stuck, how it grows again, how it comes to an end. It is about Motivation, little tricks here and there and some composition thoughts of the whole scene.

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Jackson's Art Supplies - Finest Art Materials - Huge Range - Jackson's Art Supplies - Finest Art Materials - Best Prices Rounds, Flats, Riggers and Filberts - A Guide to the Different Shaped Watercolour Brushes Available at Jackson’s A variety of different shaped and sized watercolour brushes in your paintbox will equip you for creating paintings with a diverse range of marks. Having the freedom to select the brushes that best suit the marks you wish to make will also enable you to make the paintings that you want to make - full of self expression and vibrancy. Full of Monkey – Miniature Painting & Design Full of Monkey Painting Miniature Painting and Art Wow – it has been too long Lots and lots of stuff. I am finishing up more and more minis and getting things done.

Courtyards inside the Grassburg city Two different (and countiguos) courtyards connected by an arch. This building was made using a tower from ManorHouse Workshop (also the big arch)... Soon (one month I hope) I will post something (i think) really interesting about this Italian producer. Visions in Fantasy - DSM7427 - Male Warrior with Battle Axe Painted by Zach Lanier Sculpted by Jeff Grace Painted by Jessica Rich Sculpted by Jeff Grace

Preacher Advanced Painting Guide - Kingdom Death By Scott Hockley Intro Hi all, Adventures in painting toy soldiers I was at my first WFB tournament for a while last weekend and managed to cover my self in a moderate amount of glory in the process. V-Con is a regular event run by the local games store and comprises Wh40k, WFB and Warmachines/Hordes events along with boardgames, CCGs and a console game room. Turnout is what you’d expect for rural Germany but there are more than enough gamers in the local area to make it worthwhile. I was competing in the WFB event with my (mostly complete) Warriors of Chaos. Armies are small at 1500 points and the event features some strict composition rules that prohibit most of the nastier elements.

Iron Kingdoms It is a land like no other, a place where steam power and gunpowder meet sword and sorcery. The Iron Kingdoms possess a rich history—and a tumultuous future—full of unique monsters, deities, heroes, and villains. Immerse yourself in the detailed world of gritty conflict and sorcery with the Iron Kingdoms RPG. Architect Advanced Painting Guide - Kingdom Death By Scott Hockley Intro Hi all. WarSeer This March, we release the first miniature for the Cirlean army! And to make it in style, we start with a Lord of Castria, the capital city of the Cirlean Empire, and home to the most disciplined and trained troops of Cirlea. If you'd like to learn more about the Cirlean Empire, you can find its background here (in Spanish) And of course, we continue with more characters for the Dark Elves army, with a new Dark Elf Princess with hand weapon and dragonette. Remember that the Dark Elf army list (the 5th army list available for Warthrone) will very soon be released for open playtesting! More pics & info about these new releases here

Blood Angels Sanguinor work in progress and some starter wet blending tips :D Hi, I decided that it is time to paint my Sanguinor model that waited for 6 month for this moment hehe. This one is a serious NMM chalange and i hipe i will do this sculpt justice. I managed to paint the front of him but there is much work to do and some areas ned more work to be finished, but here u have him.

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