Some beginners resources for miniature painting that I found very helpful: Show more
A guide to thinning paint and handling it once thinned:
An indispensable video series that covers all sorts of topics:
A great painter with clear and easy to understand guides to ease into advanced techniques:
An absolute treasure trove of tutorials on all sorts of topics, but also notable for their focus on working joyfully:
@paintandwires Of course! Here's the latest ones. A few Crusaders for Chain of Command/What a Tanker.
Picture of a big spider- Show more
My Arachnarok was featured on the Games Workshop page! Ahhh!
"Light didn't come with him. It was waiting above as a little dot." I like that bit quite a lot. There are some problems with the tenses not being in agreement- ie, it should be "waiting was something that shortened" or "waiting is something that shortens" Probably the first since the second paragraph is in past tense. But in terms of imagery and mood it seems really solid.
A little bit weird story, cosmic horror Show more
We Will Be Changed When We Hit The Ground
Waiting was something that shorten his fingers. Something that melts his skin and burns his hair. Changes him until nothing left from himself.
When he got out of the shock, realized the hole suddenly appeared under him was a well. The walls were built with stones and after a while everything was covered with moss. He didn't see. Light didn't come with him. It was waiting above as a little dot.
My glowy thing is done! A sylvaneth branchwych turned #BloodBowl star player Willow Rosebark. Thought the worm holding the ball would be cute and it makes sense for her to have her hands free for punching!
I love to paint miniatures! Working on a Seraphon army for Age of Sigmar.
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