In this article I want to show you how to paint orange using airbrush in a quick and simple way. This is the technique that I use when I want to paint any orange miniature generating a high contrast.
For this didactic example, we will paint the armor of a Drone from the T’au Army, of the Warhammer 40k wargame. This will be a generic example for painting orange,so you can use it to paint any type of miniature, such as any orange armor.
On the other hand, if you want to see how to paint the yellow, I did a tutorial a some time ago explaining a way to do it. Take a look at it!
In this article I will show you how to paint a red cloak (or a cloth, tunic, cape, robe or as you prefer to call it), in a simple way and using airbrush. In this quick process you will see how to paint any red cloak or cape on your miniatures, and to show it I will use as an example a Wolf Guard Terminator leader from the Space Wolves of the Warhammer 40,000 game.
In a previous article, I showed you how to create custom bases for your Warhammer 40,000 Tau army,where we used a GreenStuffWorld textured rolling pins to create them. In this second part, we will see how to paint step by step these great bases.
I’ll show you 2 ways to paint these bases. Firstly a very fast technique and then another slightly more elaborate way,so that you can see different possibilities.
In the last weeks I have received a lot of requests to make a tutorial about how to paint these veteran Space Wolves warriors.
So here I bring you a complete step-by-step tutorial about how to paint a Wolf Guard Terminator (also known as Space Wolves Terminators).
Also, we have to mention that for these Terminators, I have used some of the heavy shoulder pads from the Spellcrow company, which as you will see later, look great.
Would you like to give a special touch to your Tau army? In that case you will like this tutorial, we will see how to create custom bases for the Tau army of the Warhammer 40,000 wargame.
We continue with more Tatooine terrain / scenery, and today I want to show you how I have prepared and painted a desert tower for Star Wars Legion. It is a 3D model from Imperial Terrain, at the end of the article you will find the links to grab this model.
Before continuing, if you haven’t read it yet, I recommend you read this step-by-step article I prepared on how to prepare a building for Tatooine, as I will follow more or less the same steps on this occasion, but as I already explained many parts, step by step in that article, I won’t go into as much detail in this one. Therefore, I recommend that you read the other article before reading this one.
In this article I want to show you how to prepare and paint cargo containers that will serve as scenery for the Star Wars Legion game or any other wargame. These steps can actually be used to paint any type of cargo container.
These cargo containers in particular are a 3D models designed by and printed by Imperial Terrain, which you can find here. If you haven’t yet seen the previous cargo pallet tutorial, I recommend you reading it.
In this article I want to show you how to prepare and paint the containers or cargo pallets printed in 3D from the Imperial Terrain designs, also known on their website as “Cargo Pallets“, which you can find on this link. At the end of the article I will also leave the link in case you are interested in buying only STL designs to print them yourself. Let’s begin….
Today I want to show you how to prepare, modify, and paint a 3D printed building from Imperial Terrain. This building in particular, is the “Desert Urban Dwelling” for Star Wars Legion that you can find by following this link.
Here is a picture of the original 3D model: