Some highlights from the Reign of Blood campaign weekend at Warhammer World, 28th and 29th May 2016.
In part 3 of this series I showcase how to use transfers to make the tank look more realistic.
In this video I cover how to use an airbrush to build up the base colours and create some natural highlights.
In this video I cover a quick and simple method to basing your miniature.
I talk about the final stage of sub-assembly for the Death Korps of Krieg Grenadiers, attaching the arms to the model.
How to paint the Grenadier arms and weapons along with heat distortion effects for flamers and meltas.
Adding all the transfers, painting the details and the highlights.
Part 3. Adding depth and shading with shade paints, sometimes known as washes.
Showing which base layers to put down on the Krieg Grenadiers.
In this video I talk about adding additional detail to the whole tank to create a realistic, unique looking tank.
Dealing with Forgeworld Resin and all the prep work needed before you paint the models.
In this video I add additional detail and equipment to the track guards.
Recreating the Forge World Armoured Track Guards for the Storm Chimera from spare parts of the Lemun Russ kit.
How to design the top hull to be unique from a standard Chimera, creating a sealed hull with air vents/filters, similar to other Krieg tanks.
First part in this Storm Chimera series. This video covers magnetising the bulldozer and the hull weapons.