How to paint weathering effects easy and fast

Here I show you a quick video about how to paint weathering effects on your miniatures.

This is valid for any armor or vehicle of Warhammer 40.000 or any other wargame.

Here are the steps explained in the video:

1.- Paint the shoulder pad / miniature using the colors you prefer.

2.- Create some chipping, use a sponge or brush and your lightest highlight color. Then use a dark brown color over the previous chips.

3.- Use oil paints to create some streaking effects. I have used AMMO Rust oilbrusher because it makes the process easier, but you can use any oil paint. Apply it and wait 1-2 minutes. After that use white spirit to blur it and its done!

How to paint battle damage easily on Primaris Repulsor tank

This tutorial shows how to paint some effects, weathering and battle damage on a futuristic tank, to make a sci-fi vehicle look impressive on the battlefield. A Warhammer 40k Primaris Repulsor tank has been used for this example, adding some extra bit customizations for Space Wolves from the Spellcrow company.

This tank was published in White Dwarf magazine in December 2020 (# 459) , which was an honor for me.

Let’s Start!

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Cargo containers – Star Wars Legion scenery

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.

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