Flock is always a great (necessary, some might say!) addition to any miniature model basing. It's a quick way to bring three-dimensional texture and life to a more-or-less 2-D surface. Usually, our choices are limited to green, dark green, brown, etc; and maybe some static-cling grass fibers, or sand and pebbles, or whatever. What's left out? Flowers,... read more
A beginners guide to winning a finalist Pin
by 10 ball
First of all this is not meant to be a step by step copy guide, more of a inspire you type thingy.
I know there are loads of you out there who want to do well at GD, I've been going for years and
up to a few years ago kept getting knocked back each time. I nearly gave up but the love of
painting got me through and going back for more, so here are a few tips on how... read more
It was one of those days. I had a migraine and while I was feeling sorry for myself I popped in a Buffy the Vampire Slayer, DVD. I knew I needed to eat something (didn’t want to though) so I ate a bunch of grapes.... read more
I have decided to post this article after having reviewed old photos from the Rackham Open in Paris in 2006. At that time, most figures were not yet on the market and it was astounding to see the amount of work the Rackham artists put into the figurines and the large scale decors.
The photos were taken through glass displays, so at times the objective of my digital... read more