Tagged: Painting

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Metallics: Painting NMM as TMM

Today we’re tossing preconceptions out the window. While writing about Colour Theory and Metallics, I’ve been looking outside the box a lot more. I’ve always liked Eldar for how much more alien they look in the Warhammer sci-fi universe. But...

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Painting Mixed-Metallic Composition (MMC)

I say “Composition” because I’m not talking about how to paint metal so much as how to create contrast by balancing painting techniques across a miniature. See, when I began painting Non-Metallic Metals, I found that despite its pleasing tones,...

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Painting Mixed-Metallic Metals (MMM)

Sometimes, a single style doesn’t create the best looking effect. If you combine a few of the other Metallic methods to paint Mixed-Metallic Metals, it can make some nice aesthetic creations. For example, on my Elemental King I painted his...

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Painting Real-Metallic Metals (RMM)

“Real” is a term I’ve dubbed in regards to painting Metallic Metals using paint that actually contains metal. This means you can paint something with iron and have it rust or use copper that patinas green. Even if you don’t...

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Painting Non-Metallic Metals

  This is a simulated look using colour to fake a metal appearance. As an example, using greys for silver, blues for steel and yellows for gold. You might also hear it referred to as a “European” method of painting...

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Painting True-Metallic Metals (TMM)

Over the next while, I’m going to look at different ways to paint metallics. Most people are familiar with “True” and “Non” Metallic Metals, but I use more methods than these two and you’re going to get to read about...

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Loquacious’ Adventures in Minis, Part 3 -STUCK

It’s been a while since I talked to you about my misadventures in miniatures. I have successfully purchased, cleaned, assembled and primed the lovely Butcher (Kommander Zoktaviar, Butcher Unleashed). I showed you all the process, because what’s a hobby blog...