? This tutorial shows how you can make you dreadnought truly hold that weapon.
Sculpting chainmail looks hard but in reality, it is a lot easier. A good walkthrough for those of us who are less than masters with Green Stuff.
Four different methods of bionics are shown here. Using plastic rod and some Green Stuff, both arm and leg bionics are shown here. Perfect for those Iron Hands players.
Durus gives a simple method for making those crests that can be seen on a number of metal Ultramarine models, using Green Stuff and a few pins.
A simple rundown of basic bases, this is a good start for beginners to the hobby and those of us who still have models with blank bases.
Why should you use this instead of just flocking or sanding a base, I hear you ask. Flocking your army consigns you to the place of the flockist. Do you really want to be one of them? With this tutorial, you can create bases with a variety of shapes, sizes and colours that replicates a more realistic ground effect.
For those less ruined cities, this is the perfect tutorial for basing your models. Paving a base is a lot simpler than it sounds
Using a number of bitz and pieces lying around, you can create your own Urban bases. Available in both 40mm and 20mm, this guide also shows you how to paint the bases to reflect their City of Death status. Perfect for all those people who just love the Cities of Death supplement!
Using some balsa wood, green stuff and a little cork, you can create your own little patch of woodland on your bases. This is a great tutorial for basing your sneaky scouts. Painting tutorial for the trees and ground is included free of charge.
Using paint on a flat base, a stream of lava can twist and twine itself across your bases. A selection of red, yellow, orange and white paints is all you need to use this tutorial.
A slightly more advanced technique than the previous tutorial, this is a great idea for any form of Chaos who really wants to be demonic.
General Painting Tutorials
Produced by Lunchbox, one of the B&C's most well known quality painters, this tutorial gives you the rundown on a Golden Daemon quality technique of painting. Useful for those painters looking to advance their skills.
In this tutorial, an quick and easy way to quickly produce all those Dark Angel Terminators is provided. It uses lots of the new GW line of Inks.
A quick rundown on how to paint water by Starks333.
This tutorial is an ancient favourite that was resurrected into the Librarium. Using an old school Khorne Bezerker, Cheexsta gives us his red technique.
A simple way of producing faces with stubble, both on chin and cranium. Useful for all those baldies in your army.
Badaab gives us his method for multi-layered flesh.
Brother Nihm shares his technique of painting lightning, as used on his stunning Night Lords. Useful for use on power weapons too.
A definite must for all those Khornate players, this tutorial shows you how to create quite realistic blood stains and spatters, without the need for blood sacrifices.
Lord Ranulf's old tutorial on painting a layered chest eagle on your marines torso. Easy to follow and gives great results.
Faol gives us his method for producing quality Iron Hands. Lots of simple steps leading to an awesome result.
Is yellow giving you the blues? Your Imperial Fists not looking as sunny as they could be? Does the prospect of painting yellow make you curl into the fetal position and cry? Well what we've got here is a dead easy way to get brilliant yellow marines. Enjoy, and don't drink the varnish!
A simple and effective way to paint the newly released Bloodletters.
Muskie takes us through his method of painting these Chaos Marines.
Muskie's second guide to painting more heretics. This time, the Brotherhood of Darkness are used, as seen on p18 of the chaos codex.
A wet palette is useful for painting because it allows you to thin paints and keep those consistencies wet for a lengthened period of time. Help improve the quality of your printing, using this tutorial.
This is a simple guide on how to paint Word Bearers by kikkala. kikkala claims it's only TT-quality but to most, this would be one step above that. Perfect for those budding Dark Apostles.
Lamenter walks us through two different ways of painting the Lamenter chapter's yellow, with both the old inks and new inks having their own tutorial. Two tutorials for the price of one.
kikkala continues his excellent contribution to the Librarium with this tutorial. This is the second method of painting Iron hands that can be found in the Librarium.
The first tutorial in the Pre-Heresy Painting Series, this tutorial teaches you how to paint those metallic minty marines with little or no difficulty. Another one for all those Pre-Heresy Nuts out there.
Midian is more well known for his DIY chapter, the Sword Bearers, but nevertheless, his method for painting Relictors is top quality.
The regal purple of the Emperor's Children before the Heresy is hard to pull off but DaemonPrinceDagor makes it easy and accessible for everyone. Also a useful tutorial for other purple marines, such as the Soul Drinkers.
Tired of horrible picture? Some practical advice for setting up and taking pictures is here. Then if it still isn't good enough, the guide shows you how to correct all those mistakes and make it look even better than it would, through the use of Photoshop. From the resident B&C Photoshop wizard, Kanazuchi.
This tutorial will show you how to remove your miniatures, clean them up, and apply a new background, using only Photoshop. This is great for those pics where you need to isolate a member of a squad, or perhaps you just have an embarrassing tub of KY jelly in the background! From the resident B&C Photoshop wizard, Kanazuchi.
Putting badges onto artwork of marines has never been easier! Once again produced by the magical Kanazuchi.
GW has put out all those beautiful black and white art pieces. So now you can colour them in using Photoshop. Currently the last of the Photoshop Tutorials from Kanazuchi.
What do you get for your money then? Find out with this review.
Simple Green can be used as a paint stripper. In this review, it is tested on a variety of different types of models. See the results for yourself!
The new starter kit for 5th Edition has been released and Battle Captain Corpus reviews the new shiny toys contained within. Pictures kindly supplied by Gareth.
GW's new toolbox has been on the market for a while so Vassakov has taken a look through its contents and compared it to other alternatives on the market.
Edited by Sigismund Himself, 18 September 2009 - 08:33 AM.