This tutorial shows you how to paint a complete army of Battle Droids ‘quick and easy’. This approach is really for gamers and oriented to creating large armies that they are ready for the battlefield in record time. The goal is to paint a large number of miniatures in a production line, using the same colour at the same time on all of them to save time. The techniques though are applicable to painting full stop, whatever aspect of the hobby takes your fancy.
For this tutorial, I have used the Battle Droids from the Star Wars Legion tabletop game.
In this tutorial we will see how to create and paint earthy bases with grass in a very simple way, which we can use to decorate our bases for all kinds of wargames.
The second season of The Mandalorianhave been released recently. To celebrate it, I had thought about painting a figure of a Mandalorian , which will also be great for our showcase or for our Star Wars Legion wargame .
In the Star Wars Legion game, we can use it as a “proxy” for Boba Fett or any other bounty hunter . We could even use it as a proxy in some of our Warthammer 40k games as well.
Finally and before starting the tutorial, we have to mention that this figure is a version of Wargame Exclusive (Imperial Vindilorian Assassin) and I must say that I was very surprised by its quality and details.
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.