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  1. Riot Quest Painting Blog #1

    My name is Marc, and I will be painting Jay’s Riot Quest miniatures. In a multi-part blog series (see breakdown of blogs below), I will provide you with a step-by-step overview of how I paint miniatures. Riot Quest Painting Blog #1: Starter Set Assembly and Prep Riot Quest Painting Blog #2: Painting Sir Dreyfus Riot Quest Painting Blog #3: Painting...
  2. The Hobby Corner #31

    Water Effects Today I want to do a product review/tutorial. First some background. A while back Trevor asked me if I would be willing to donate a painted miniature to our upcoming FoodMachine event in November. I was happy to agree and he gave me a list of models that he had collected for various artists to paint. I chose...
  3. The Hobby Corner #30

    Back to Base-ics Part V – Painting and Details (Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4) Today I would like to wrap up my series on basing and showing the process I take to paint and detail a base. One thing I failed to mention last week when I talked about texturing bases is that I like to paint my miniatures separate...
  4. The Hobby Corner #29

    Back to Base-ics Part IV -- Adding Texture (Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3) Last week we talked about using a mold to create scenic themed basis. Today I want to talk about adding some texture and paint to the base as we continue to move closer to a completed figure. Before you move on to adding details to your scenic base...
  5. The Hobby Corner #28

    Back to Base-ics Part III -- Mold Making (Part 1 | Part 2) And we’re back. In the last articles I talked about sourcing inspiration and supplies to build your base. In this article I want to talk about using a product called InstaMold to create a mold for the details pieces for your base. In this article I am talking...
  6. The Hobby Corner #27

    Back to Base-ics Part II – Of Molds and Castings Welcome to part II of this series on basing. Last week I talked about some resources you can use to help with the planning and building of your bases. This week I am going to start that process and document as much of it as I can. The base that I...
  7. The Hobby Corner #26

    Back to Base-ics Part I – Finding Your Inner “Base” This article is going to be the first of a multipart series similar to the oil weathering series I have done. In these articles I hope to talk about some of the basics of basing, tools and resources that can be using in creating the base you are after and showing...
  8. The Hobby Corner #25

    Polishing a turd, or in other words, fixing the Avatar…Part One Now before you get your panties in a bunch thinking that I am not an Avatar fan, let me explain. The Avatar is a pretty cool model, stat wise. Sadly in my year of playing Menoth I have NEVER fielded the model. Not that it is a crap model...
  9. The Hobby Corner #24

    Reznik, Wrath of Ages Box Review Every now and then, at least for me, something comes along in the hobby world that sends reason and planning out the window and you just have to have it! For me, that is Reznik, Wrath of Ages. This is one of the coolest models I have seen from Privateer Press in some time...
  10. The Hobby Corner #23

    Oil Paint Weathering Pt VI (Part 1  |  Part 2  |  Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5) Working with small paint chips Pt II Last week we left off talking about how to create small chips on a model surface using a toothpick. Today I want to talk about applying the oil paints. Some of what I will be talking about has already been...

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