Haemotrope Reactor

Haemotrope Reactor

Designed and deployed to provide additional power on the battlefield, the Haemotrope Reactor is an indispensable tool for armies wishing to unleash ever-more destructive waves of plasma upon their enemies. An imposing structure, understood fully by few, it is used to bolster the defensive capabilities of the Void Shield Generator – or amplify the already intimidating destructive capacity of the Plasma Obliterator. In a pinch, the Haemotrope Reactor can be used as cover; this can be a terrible decision however, as the cowering warrior opens himself up to the potential of horrific injuries resulting from power leaks… -GW

Leadbelcher base

Thermic Plasma Conduits

Thermic Plasma Conduits

A series of interconnected pipes used to channel hot plasma from its generators to the equipment that uses it Thermic Plasma Conduits can, in a pinch, be used as cover – this brings with it a selection of dangers, as the scorching plasma can cause drastic injuries to anyone should the pipes be breached. -GW

 

Painting guide to follow

Plasma Thermal Regulators

Plasma Thermal Regulators

Used to control the flow of scorching plasma from generator to final destination, these Plasma Regulators can be used as cover by the brave (or foolish) – they have a tendency to leak their meltingly-hot cargo when hit by stray gunfire. -GW

Painting guide to follow

Battlefield Accessories Set

Battlefield Accessories Set

These Warhammer 40,000 battlfield accessories can be used as pieces of scenery on your gaming table

Painting receipts will follow on completion.

Painting miniature faces

Painting miniature faces

I’ve been painting miniatures for a year and it was about time I learnt how to do eyes.

The method I have found (to which at this point is my first attempt so this will probably change later) is:

Base coat of Abbadon Black
A coat of Bugman’s Glow
A coat of Cadian Fleshtone
Shade with Reikland Fleshshade
 
Black for the eye balls and then white on the pupils.
Add the pupil’s and tidy up the black using Cadian Fleshtone
Highlight the flesh using Kislev Flesh. Paint the metal areas using Leadbelcher paint the hair using Dawnstone.
Apply Nuln Oil over the metal areas and hair. Now your head is ready to be added to the body.
I need more practise at the time of this writing.
 

 

Warhammer 40k Painting Guide

Warhammer 40k Painting Guide

This is the painting guide I use for my Warhammer 40K miniatures because I am colour blind I need the assistance.

This guide is taken from the Citadel app from https://citadelcolour.com/ , Warhammer Conquest magazine and the reverse of the Games Workshops models boxes.   I hope you find it as useful as I do.

Warhammer 40k Painting Guide

Sector Imperials Basilica

Sector Imperials Basilica

Base coat

 

The paint receipt is:

GREY

Base: Mechanicus Standard Grey

Dry: Longbeard Grey

GOLD

Base: Retributor Armour

Shade: Agrax Earthshade

Dry: Necron Compound

SILVER

Base: Leadbelcher

Shade: Nuln Oil

Dry: Necron Compound

Painting 

 

Munitorum Armoured Containers

Munitorum Armoured Containers

Base coat

 

Containers, crates and barrels done I’ve only got the small cannons that come with each container to finish.

The receipts are:

Red
Base- Mephistor Red
Shade- Agrax Earth shade
Dry brush- Evil Sunz Scarlet

Blue
Base- Maccrage blue
Shade- Agrax earthhade
Dry brush- Necron Compound

Green
Base- Death Guard Green
Shade- Agrax Earth shade
Dry brush- Caliban Green
Dry brush- Necron Compound

Gun Metal
Base- Leadbeacher
Shade- Nuln oil
Dry brush- Stormhost silver

 

Gold
Base- Retributor Armour 
Shade- Reikland Fleshshade
Edge- Liberator Gold

 

 

 

 

I decided I wanted a container worthy of the Death Guard, one that is writhe with disease and decay.

 

With the gun turret painted and in place, the scene can be set for the battle to take place between the forces of good and evil!

 

 

Using Olive Green vallejo air brush paint I have base coated my latest crate.