How to paint a turquoise luminous effect OSL – Warhammer 40k

This tutorial shows you how to easily paint a turquoise lighting effect,
using the new Game Color paints. The OSL technique, or Object Source Lighting, is perfect for creating special lighting effects on your fantasy and science fiction miniatures. For this tutorial we used the
Grimnyr miniature (Warhammer 40k) from Games Workshop.

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How to paint fire-shaped armor plates

In the previous tutorial, I showed you how I painted the green armor of a Leviathan Dreadnought from Warhammer The Horus Heresy. I remind you that you can see the complete tutorial, from the conversion with Liberdaemonica bits, to the complete painting of it, in the 24th issue of Fantasy Figures International magazine.

Here is the cover of this issue!

In this tutorial, I will show you how I painted the fire-shaped armor plates.

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How to paint the armor of a Salamander Space Marine Leviathan Dreadnought

Welcome to a new Warhammer 40k tutorial! As many of you know, I’m a real Warhammer 40K fan and one of my favourite factions are the Space Marines. Although I paint Marines from all chapters, the Salamanders, alongside the Space Wolves, are my favourite chapters.

I hadn’t painted a Leviathan Dreadnought to date, so when I saw the spectacular bits released by LiberDaemonica, I couldn’t resist customising the Games Workshop plastic kit and painting a Leviathan of the XVIII Legion.

Before I begin, I would like to tell you that the complete tutorial on how I painted this Dreadnought can be found in the new issue of Fantasy Figures international magazine (issue 24).

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How to paint change and transformation effect of an Alpha Legion Space Marine

In today’s tutorial I’m going to show you in a quick and easy way, how I painted the change or transformation effect of a Dreadnought from the Alpha Legion (Space Marines) chapter.

The complete tutorial on how I painted this miniature can be found in the tutorial I prepared for issue 19 of Fantasy Figures International magazine. In that article, you can find the tutorial in detail, as well as all the bits I used for its transformation (using Liberdaemonica bits), and also information about Cerxis’ #Omegonswrath movement.

It was the cover of the magazine, so if you are interested don’t hesitate to subscribe or buy the paper edition, while there are still units left!

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Unboxing of Warhammer The Old World – Kingdom of Bretonnia

Welcome to a new blog post! This time I want to show you the unboxing of one of the most awaited boxes: Warhammer The Old World. Specifically, I will show you what comes inside the big Kingdom of Bretonnia starter box.

Before starting with the unboxing, I would like to thank Games Workshop for sending me this amazing box before its release so I could show it to you and see all its contents in detail.

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How to create bases in seconds for your miniatures

This tutorial shows how to create bases in record time and look great on the battlefield, oriented to large armies and wargames. This technique or trick to create bases can be applied to any army or miniatures and even vary the tones depending on what you want to achieve.

In this example, we will create the bases for the battle droids that we explained how to paint in a previous tutorial.

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