Once you’ve tried Redgrass Games painting products, in particular, their painting handle, you’ll wonder how you ever did without.
My D&D players face a Balor Demon in an upcoming game so I’m comparing Nolzurs Balor minis versus the Daemon Prince from Games Workshop.
GeekDad paints more Warhammer Warcry models. This week it’s the ogroid myrmidon and an experiment with some lava effects.
GeekDad Paints! is back and this week Robin is painting a Delaque Ganger from Games Workshop’s Necromunda
After seeing fellow Geekdad Robin Brooks’ latest Geekdad Paints! Lockdown Edition post, I felt compelled to add some mud to the all ready murky waters. After all, there are plenty of skilled, semi-professional model painters out there, and I’m not one of them.
With more time at home, and much-needed headspace required, Robin headed back to the painting table to revive GeekDad Paints!
Citadel Contrast Paints are going to change the way you hobby. We investigate whether they really are your one stop shop for mini painting.
Dewback! Dewback! Dewback!
Sometimes, the most daunting part of painting a miniature is getting started. Here’s a trick I’ve started to use to add visual interest to my primed figures and get me painting faster.
It’s been a long couple of years, but my initial primed ‘Imperial Assault’ figures are finally all painted! Does this mean the series is over? Far from it…
Games Workshop and Citadel have released a new paint app. Will it gleam like Auric Armour Gold or fester like Nurgle’s Rot?
In May, I challenged myself to complete my remaining ‘Imperial Assault’ minis. So, how did I do? Well…
Why painting ‘Imperial Assault’ miniatures is enriched by and enriches the greatest film saga ever created.
In honor of May the 4th and the 40th Anniversary of ‘Star Wars’, I’ve decided to do something about my seriously embarrassing backlog of unpainted ‘Imperial Assault’ minis. Join me in #StaWaMinPaiMo!
Follow me as I attempt to paint all of my Reaper Bones and learn some new painting techniques as I go.
You ready for more yet? It’s time to paint one of the more menacing figures in the ‘Imperial Assault’ base box, the Nexu.
Following on the back of last year’s release for younger gamers, Battle for Vedros, Games Workshop has just released several sets in a new “Build + Paint” series. Sticking with Space Marines and Orks, there are six new boxes to play with, three for each race. Each box contains some models, paints, and a brush. The sets are currently only available in the US.
GeekDad Paints! is back after a summer (and fall) hiatus with the next in the ‘Imperial Assault’ series. It’s time to paint the AT-ST.
In this GeekDad Paints! I return to my childhood favorites, with Knight Models’ Batman and Robin.
Inspired by our recent ‘Star Wars: Edge of the Empire’ gaming sessions, I busted out the paints and customized a Millennium Falcon to look like our in-game ride.
In this GeekDad Paints! post, I paint two of Games Workshops most famous foes. It’s Genestealers vs. Space Marines from ‘Warhammer 40,000: Lost Patrol.’
Inspired by earlier episodes in the GeekDad Paints! series, I’ve broken out my brushes and rediscovered my passion for averagely competent miniature painting.
In this GeekDad Paints I begin upgrading the ‘Equipment Pack’ minis to show off their excellent molds with some color.
This week’s GeekDad Paints! is all about those lovable fuzzballs who love nothing more than murdering the stuffing out of Imperial Troops. That’s right, it’s Wookiee time!
This week on GeekDad Paints, I tackle the Dark Lord of the Sith in homage to my recent run through Walt Disney World!
This week on GeekDad Paints! I show you how a base primer and little bit of metallic paint can transform the Probe Droids from ‘Imperial Assault.’
It’s time to tackle the worst shots in the universe! That’s right, this week I’m painting ‘Imperial Assault’s monochromatic Stormtroopers!
It’s time to paint the Rebel Heroes for ‘Imperial Assault!’ What happens when you throw a soldier, a commander, and a Jedi in a vat of goo? Read on to find out.
This week on GeekDad Paints! I tackle the E-Web Engineers from ‘Imperial Assault.’ Also, finally something else from Combatzone Scenery other than crates!
The Carson Optical Pro Series MagniVisor head-worn magnifier is simply an excellent and easy-to-use accessory for any type of detail work.