Ever grab one of those fantasy figures that has leather armor, leather straps, leather bags, leather boots…. It can be hard to make all that stuff stand out and not get lost in the sea of brown! Let me show you how to give those parts a definitive look each unto their own with use […]
Paint all the things on all the things. Freehand is a technique that can be as easy as slathering wash all over a model and I will show you how. The class will focus on developing shapes into images by layering in gray scale. A good knowledge of glazing will help when it is time […]
Swords, axes, glaives, and more. Nearly every mini carries something sharp and shiny so lets learn to make those shinnies look badass on the tabletop. The class will focus on controlling black and white to create the illusion of a metallic piece. We will also be covering reflectivity with use of color on our swords.
Those warm gold tones can be troublesome to lock in, let me show you how its done with some bang’n color recipes. Non metallic metal can be challenging but I will make sure you leave with a better understanding of how to apply it to miniatures with ease.
Faces are hands down the hardest part of a figure, we all know that. We identify with faces so a well painted face will bring a mini to life or absolutely destroy the illusion. Lets play with color on our skin tones as well as learn some tips on how to get those pesky eyes […]
Diamonds and checks, oh my! Patterns are a great way to add individuality to a unit or character. Drawing patterns on miniature surfaces can be hard but I am here to give you the tips and direction you need to make those models stand out on the field or in the showcase.