Category Archives: Painting to Improve

How to win Army Awards (if Ming can do it, so can you!) – Part 3

Welcome back! For those who’ve just joined us, here’s Part 1, where we covered the basics and Part 2, where your army can be polished further. In this last session, I’d finish up with some points that didn’t fit in … Continue reading

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Vidpui’s Adepta Sororitas – Sisters of the Pure Morning Part 3

The final part of this army, for now, and the best! The showcase for the minis So the army all together. the colours all tie together and gives it a strong vibrant look. I’ve been asked to add to this … Continue reading

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How to win Army Awards (Almanac of Ming) – Part 2

Welcome back to Part 2! If you’ve not read the first part, you really should go back and read it first. Note that in this article, only two models were painted by me (Jules le Jongleur & the Questing Paladin). … Continue reading

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How to win Army Awards (in which Ming learnt the hard way) – Part 1

It’s the promised guide you’ve been waiting for! I’m breaking this into  a number of parts, hopefully making it perfect lunch reading material. So let’s start, how would one be able to create an award-winning army? 1)      Choosing an Army … Continue reading

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Competition! – The Canvas of War

Objective: Create a model to represent any piece of GW artwork! Deadline: Entries must be recieved via email by 13th June 2014 Prize: £15 Element Games voucher! Kindly sponsored by www.ElementGames.co.uk Details: Alongside their fantastic models, Games Workshop also produces some … Continue reading

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Painting to Improve

It’s Neil here again. In my last post I talked about the concept of painting to improve and started to look at my painting over the years. Now I’m going to continue my look back at painting with the year … Continue reading

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March of the Slayers

I like to think that I’m more of a hobby gamer than a tournament gamer. Yes I enjoy building a tournament list and trying to do well with it but I’d rather be working towards a fluffy hobby target than … Continue reading

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The Host of Char’Koth takes shape.

I posted a while back about the Lizardmen army I had planned and said that I wasn’t sure how it would turn out. Well after much procrastination and deciding to scrap the whole project once (I got as far as … Continue reading

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Tale of Four Geeks – Neil’s Lizardmen

I’m sure you’ve realised by now that I like to experiment and play around with new ideas when I’m modelling and painting. Some of those ideas, like my Hellpit Abomination and my Chaos Warshrine, work really well and I end … Continue reading

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