Squidmar picked up a Tau Manta several months ago. This resin kit is the largest miniature that Games Workshop/Forgeworld currently produce. I have seen it at Warhammer World, and it’s … Continue reading
It has been a terrible long count of years since Games Workshop last put anything, anything at all, on sale.They don’t believe in it, they assured investors, and would rather … Continue reading
As I get to my last couple of trays’ worth of miniatures, I am finding models I don’t remember owning. So it is with these spider swarms from Games Workshops’ … Continue reading
This mountain art was done for Magic: the Gathering by Karl Kopinski. The trio of figures included in the art suggests a story about to be told.
Another week brings another massive and well-planned terrain build from Zorazorp. This time around the subject is the city of Dol Guldur: Once again these videos bring home to me … Continue reading
A few years ago, someone won a $5,000 Magic tournament while high on mushrooms. Then they wrote a highly entertaining article about it. I missed the article when it first … Continue reading
Igor Kieryluk is probably best known for his Magic: the Gathering art, and that is going to be the main focus here too. His art manages to combine darkness and … Continue reading
The next set of models I have tackled in the Cursed City set are the rat swarms: These models had a paint job that consisted entirely of Contrast Paints, which … Continue reading
Another art piece from the talented Seb McKinnon. This one dips into mythology.
It’s been over two years now since Games Workshop introduced their line of Contrast Paints, and the markers show that the line has been a success. Other companies are now … Continue reading
I don’t talk about Magic Arena much these days. I was part of the closed and open betas, and there is a launch review of the game somewhere on this … Continue reading
Dana Howl has a great video up breaking down colour for miniature painters, pointing out why CMYK (used by printers) can by a better way of understanding colours and colour … Continue reading
I have painted the imperial noble character from Cursed City, known as Glario ven Alten III to his friends. It’s a nice figure with a good amount of detail but … Continue reading
Another memorable angle art from Magic: the Gathering This one comes from the talented Jason Chan.
The slow revelation of the revised Old World map supporting the future re-release of Warhammer tabletop has had the Border Princes added: As with the other areas of the map, … Continue reading
Twitch was the subject of a massive hack recently, and by massive I mean everything about the site was exposed, including the earnings of its streamers over the past 20 … Continue reading
Kamila Szutenberg posts quite a few sketches to her ArtStation page… many of which look as good to me as finished art. Kamila’s art often features landscapes, but there’s some … Continue reading
Miniatures in the Cursed City range from the large Varghulf to the tiny zombie cat. This update is my painting some of the smaller models that come in the box: … Continue reading
This art for Magic: the Gathering by Rebecca Guay showcase her ethereal art style One art director decided to remove her from the roster of artists working on the game. … Continue reading