Published on 06-24-2005 04:14 AM
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Like some of you, I got into painting miniatures because I play a tabletop wargame. In my case, I play Warhammer. All of us want a perfect looking army, but sometimes we just want to get our minis painted just so we can go out and play with them. I lack the skill to paint miniatures at the level that Golden Demon winners paint, but I don't really need to paint at that level because I just want to have a decent looking army. If you feel the same way, then this guide is for you. I'll be painting a high elf seaguard champion in this guide, but a lot of the techniques in this tutorial are equally valid for most other infantry type models. If not...stick around, you might learn something new =) Throughout the tutorial, I will be telling you to do certain things that go against what most painting guides and tutorials tell you, but remember the aim of this tutorial is to make decent looking miniatures in a minimum amount of time. These things will have a *** next to them in the tutorial. Anyways...on to the tutorial.