Miniature Painting Techniques

There’s nothing I love more than learning new miniature painting techniques. I should be happy with choosing a technique which works for me and perfect it. Instead, once I feel that I understand a technique it doesn’t interest me as much. Then I see someone else’s miniature and I want to figure out how they painted that miniature. My favorite section of other people’s blogs are the painting techniques and tutorials. Since I want to have a website that I’d want to read I must have my own section.

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Latest Articles

Victrix 28mm Napoleonic Line Infantry Glazing Wargame Miniatures - Glazing with acrylic paints can be challenging if you don't know how but it is a skill that is well-worth learning. This painting tutorial teaches you how to mix a glaze and apply it to your miniature.
Vallejo Acrylic Primer Improve Your Painting by Brush Priming - Fuzzy varnish, orange peel primer, toxic fumes. All reasons to brush on your primer and varnish. Why not learn some of the positives of brush on priming as well and improve your painting.
A picture of a painted Nomad Zond Remote from Infinity Flatting - Flatting is a miniature painting technique inspired by graphic artists. It's an easy technique: here's why you want to use it when painting your miniatures. Benefits army and collector quality painters alike.

Latest Blog Posts

Leonard Da Vinci's The Last Supper. Painting Expectations September 2016 - Not all painters are created equal, nor or they working under the same goals and intentions. Painting miniatures can range from craft to art.
X Ways to Paint Faster April 2016 - Finding time for your hobbies can be a challenge. Miniature Wargaming can be made extra time-consuming if you insist on playing with painted miniatures.
Two Circles, one solid, one with a gradiant Forget Blending: How Light Really Works September 2015 - If you spend your time blending paint on a miniature you are wasting your life.


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