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Good Reads 36

Good Reads is all about sharing some awesome content from fellow hobby bloggers. Every day you guys are building, painting, and writing some amazing things. I try to gather some of my favorites here to share with all of my readers.

Hobby Blog Collection Good Reads #36

Necron Triarch

Necron Triarch Praetorian with green and blue

Necron by Grenn Dal

Necrons have always been one of those armies that I have wanted to do (killer robots are irresistible after all!). I also love blue, so when I saw Grenn’s Necron Triarch Praetorian, I had to share him here. It’s a fantastic metallic blue and green that adds interest to the metal warrior.

Red Hunters

Red Hunters from Deathwatch

Red Hunters by Gothmog

I hadn’t heard of the Red Hunters until Gothmog’s post on them, but I really like how he used the Death Watch set to build them. It’s a great use of all those inquisitor bits for this specialty chapter and yet not painting more black and silver.

Concrete Walls

Painting Concrete Walls

Concrete Walls by Scar Hand Painting

Line of sight blocking terrain is important for any gaming system and concrete walls are the simplest ways to do this. Scar Hand Painting wrote up a tutorial on how he painted the Micro Art Studio wall set. Fairly simple, but very striking.

Sons of Horus Levithan Dreadnought

Leviathan Dreadnought by Red Scorps

Leviathan Dreadnought by Red Scorps

It’s not Dreadtober yet, but Red Scorps painted up this beautiful Leviathan Dreadnought for his Sons of Horus. I love the little details like the ruined Tarantula under his feet and the battle damage. To see the fully, army, he also posted a few shots of the beauties.

Glowing Malifaux

Malifaux Metal Gamin with Glowing Metal

Malifaux Metal Gamin by Cameron

Malifaux is an interesting looking game full of diverse creatures and characters. Cameron added two Metal Gamin for his Arcanist crew to summon. He did a great job of contrasting the muted grey bodies with the glowing, red weapons.

Wrap Up

That’s it for this week. I hope you enjoyed this selection of posts from your fellow hobby bloggers and you left them a comment and follow.

Dreadtober Painting Challenge

A want to leave a quick note here about #dreadtober. If you haven’t signed up yet, go to that page and sign the form there (it’s a different email list than the Brush Stroke newsletter). Not a Dread fan?

Not a Dread fan? Have no fear, Good Reads and Watch This will continue to be posted and will be Dread-free. I will also have tutorials, that while are themed for Dreadtober, should still being helpful tips to your other hobby projects.