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Remembering Battle Fleet Gothic
I never got into Battle Fleet Gothic but it looked like a fun game, and with the growth of other ship based games I wouldn’t be surprised if Games Workshop brings it back. CaladarisÂ dived into his collection and shared what made this game so fun.
You may have heard me talking about the importance of community before as it is a big reason why I do this blog. Morpheus on The Fantasy Hammer shares his thoughts on commenting and why it can be so important in our hobby.
Using Lots of Washes
I have been getting more into washes and glazes as they can not only be super fast to get a good lookÂ but add nice variation and color to parts of your model. Da RednekkBoss talks about the goodness of washes as he paints layer after layer on his custom Nurgle Demon Lord.
Massive Orruk Conversion
The Orruk Megaboss is a fantastic (not so) miniature, but Jake has turned his up to 11 by using the Ogroid Thaurmaturge body and resculpting his face. This is an excellent example of taking a vision of a model and crafting it together with bits and green stuff.
Thoughts on the New Dwarves
Love it or hate it, Games Workshop has done a lot changes since Age of Sigmar. Wudugast dives into these changes and discusses his thoughts on the new Overlords. With a mix of sorrow for the Old World and an excitementÂ of what may come.
Librarian on a Move
Cylde’sÂ AtlantisÂ Warriors are a cool combination of green-turquoise and orange. He just finished his Librarian with a jump pack, and remarkably with an airbrush! It’s a cool mix of bits from Games Workshop to Anvil Industries.
I’ve posted a few times on how to improve your photography skills for miniatures, but Blazmo shows us how to use a few pieces of scenery, lights, and angles to take dynamic images of our models.
Good Reads 50 Wrap-Up
I hope you enjoyed this week’s Good Reads and found something to inspire you or learn a new technique.
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