February 13, 2012

Painting Workshops...

The Game Space really is a great place!
So on Saturday I have a painting workshop to do at Durango Game Space (Check them out here: Linky). This will be a basic workshop describing what will get your army looking a decent tabletop standard and well just not grey and silver (Or with the inclusion of Finecast light grey).

So this got me thinking. Yes teaching on a face to face basis will be easier than posting pictures on my blog but what if through the power of decent pictures and explanations I could get this to a wider audience? 

So that's what I am going to do. After this Workshop on Saturday I will take what I explained and taught and transpose it on here. It will hopefully stand as a guide to getting your army painted with minimal time and effort (Still might take a while depending on painting speed but quicker than never is better eh?).

The sections it will cover are:

  • Prepping the miniature and pre primer work
  • Priming your miniature
  • Base-coating and washing.
  • Highlighting and dry-brushing
  • Basic Basing
This is where this series will stop and then there will be the character version which will go into details such as skin, gems and eyes!

I am excited about this and cannot wait to get this started. I have a fair few commissions to paint up so I unfortunately have not been able to paint my own Warriors of Chaos for the tournament at the end of the month but there are still 2 weeks in which anything can happen.

1 comment:

  1. I look forward to your articles... my painting can always use hints and tips!