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Snakeman: Critique and Touchup Comparison

The Patreon supporter PDF version of this article includes high res photographs and better formatting. Ko-fi tips are another way to help keep this content freely available to everyone. A lot of us want feedback on our miniatures to learn how we can improve. However, when we do get some advice, we can find it… Continue reading Snakeman: Critique and Touchup Comparison

Improvement is NOT Mandatory

Over the next couple of months I plan to post additional content related to contest feedback and improvement. But first, this very important message: You are not required to be able to speed paint great looking figures before you can play a game. You are not obliged to strive for the next medal/level/prize in order… Continue reading Improvement is NOT Mandatory

How to Neutralize a Colour Scheme: Lars Ragnarsson

The Patreon supporter PDF version of this article includes high res photographs and better formatting. Ko-fi tips are another way to help keep this content freely available to everyone. My experiences painting Lars Ragnarsson are a  practical example of how to use some of the tricks and principles I discussed in my recent article about… Continue reading How to Neutralize a Colour Scheme: Lars Ragnarsson

The Colours of Neutral

The Patreon supporter PDF version of this article includes high res photographs and better formatting. Ko-fi tips are another way to help keep this content freely available to everyone. How can you apply the colourful schemes suggested by colour theory to dark and dreary types of characters? Why do some of your brown or grey… Continue reading The Colours of Neutral

Worn Leather and Woven Cloth – Lars Ragnarson

The Patreon supporter PDF version of this article includes additional photographs. Ko-fi tips are another way to help keep this content freely available to everyone. I recently painted Lars Ragnarson for Reaper. I know there’s a lot of interest in painting techniques for texture effects, so I’ve included step-by-step photos for how I painted the leather… Continue reading Worn Leather and Woven Cloth – Lars Ragnarson