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Battle of Westeros Jamie and Gregor

Painting Jaime & Gregor

The first two characters from the Battle of Westeros game have been completed. This being Jaime Lannister and Gregor Clegane. Both miniatures were undercoated in black. Each miniature was painted with multiple highlights to ensure better blending.

Warhammer Quest Troll Slayer

Warhammerquest Troll Slayer

I’ve painted this Warhammer Quest Troll Slayer for my own personal board game use. It is an example of the Master paint quality I offer for commission work using the Non-metal metal techniques.

Dreadfleet Curse of Zandri

Dreadfleet Curse of Zandri

The next ship for the Dreadfleet Commission has been completed; The Curse of Zandri. For more information on how to paint this ship, see the following post: For more pictures of this latest commission, click on the link below.

Dreadfleet Heldenhammer

Dreadfleet Heldenhammer

The first of ship of the new batch of Dreadfleet Commissions is completed; The Heldenhammer. This ship is one of the most complicated ships to paint in the box, so I’m happy to have it out of the way first. For information on how to paint the Heldenhammer, see the following previous […]

Battle of Westeros Stark Warhost

Stark Warhost and Archers

The last forces of the Stark’s is now completed; the Warhost and the archers. With so many miniatures in the Warhost, this part of the commission took the longest. Painting again was done in a production/assembly line process whereby I painted a segment on each of the miniatures first before […]

Battle of Westeros Stark Knights

Additional Stark Forces

More Stark forces from the Battle of Westeros board game have been completed for a commission. This batch includes the horsemen and Kennelmasters. With the sheer amount of miniatures that are included in this board game, I’ve decided to make all the horses and hounds the same colour to ensure that I […]

Curse of Zandri
Painting Tutorials

Painting Curse of Zandri

The Curse of Zandri is a rather quick ship to paint compared to some others (such as the Heldenhammer). Its is assembled in once piece and is undercoated black. When painting this ship, it is important to ensure you have a fine detail brush to paint the marble finish on the statues.

Dreadfleet Flaming Scimitar
Painting Tutorials

Painting Flaming Scimitar

The Flaming Scimitar now graces the seas. This ship needs to be assembled and painted in two parts. The sails were assembled and black undercoated separated away from the the hull. The hull was then assembled with the jinns and then undercoated. Don’t forget to paint you water separately from the other […]

Painting Tutorials

Paint Brands Chart

There are many strong arguments to use different brands of paints. I currently use Games Workshop paints but have started to test the Vallejo Game range. What ever your preference and reasons to use the different brands, I find the following chart most useful especially when following painting instructions on […]

Undercoating a miniature in black
Painting Tutorials

Tues’s Tutes – Paint Preparation

Once you have cleaned your miniature from mold lines and any imperfections, it is time to assemble, patch any holes and then undercoat it.

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