TTG Magazine – D&D Painting Guide

This month’s issue of Tabletop Gaming Magazine is on stores now and inside you’ll find the guide I produced for a selection of monsters from Wizkids Nolzur’s Marvelous Miniatures range.

Here’s a look at the creatures and critters I worked on…

This was a follow on from the previous issue, in which I covered a few of the heroes…

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A Year in Pictures 2018

Well it’s been a long year and I have been spotty at best with keeping up with this, hence the delay in getting it out there.

I set out to keep track of how many models I paint in a year, not with a specific goal in mind or as a figure to beat, but to just have a look at the numbers. So without further ado my painted figure count for 2018 was…

175

Not a bad number to be honest, but this year I think I’ll break it down even more. I want to look at how many figures I paint for each game that comes my way, board game, tabletop, or anything else that may happen. This is one ofthe things I’ll be adding to my painting goals for the year, which I’ll talk about soon.

Anyway, enough rambling, here’s the 175 models I painted this year…

Tabletop Gaming Magazine – Star Saga Painting Guide!

Let’s take a peek at the latest article we have completed for issue 14 of Tabletop Gaming Magazine.

This month’s guide covers the villains from Mantic Games Star Saga, a sci-fi dungeon crawler set within the Warpath universe. Covering each of the 5 ‘bosses’ of the story set out within the Eidas Contract, the first mission book of what we hope will be many more. Here’s a look at the 5 big bads:


That’s only 5 out of 35 miniatures for the game, so keep an eye out for future guides for the rest of the miniatures!

Wolsung Inventors Painting Guide!

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I’m a wee bit behind in getting this news out there, but the latest issue of Tabletop Gaming   magazine is out now to buy and features my latest painting guide. For this issue I was tasked with painting up the Inventors starter for Wolsung by Micro Art Studios, so make sure you check out the issue to find out everything you need to know about how I painted them up. You can also check out some more images of them below…

Kings of War – Ogre Speed Painting Guide

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Another article I realised I had not shared anything about was a guide I did, again for Tabletop Gaming Magazine, focussing on speed painting a Kings of War Ogre force. You can grab copy of the issue this guide was featured in here.

The guide primarily covers the speed painting of the main bulk of the force, but also goes into a more detailed process on the captain, a process that could easily be replicated across the whole force. This also gives a fantastic example of the two different levels of painting I tend to work towards when doing commissions. The captain shows off the more expensive but detailed approach, where as the rest of the force shows off the cheaper option.

Here’s some more images of the individual units…

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Beyond the Gates of Antares – Concord Strike Force

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A few months ago I painted up this Concord force to be used in a painting guide for Tabletop Gaming magazine and only just realised I’ve not shown off the finished models on here yet. Oops!

If you’re interested in getting a hold of a copy of the guide you can purchase the back issue here. In the meantime take a look at a few more image of the force…

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Tabletop Gaming Issue 5 – Guardians of the Galaxy

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The newest issue of Tabletop Gaming magazine is on sale today and inside you can find out how I painted up the Guardians of the Galaxy starter set for Knight Models Marvel miniature game.

You can get a hold of a copy of the magazine in physical form from your local W.H. Smiths, Tesco or your local gaming shop if they stock it(if they don’t, why not give them a wee push to get some copies in). You can also order a physical or a digital copy from the Tabletop Gaming website.

Her’s some more pictures of the models to wet your appetite 🙂

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