Welcome to another week of Good Reads. If you are looking for a bit of inspiration or new tutorials to read, Good Reads is a collectionÂ fromÂ recent postings around the web. Check out what your fellow hobbyists have published and leave them a few comments as well!
Tibbetts has returned to painting his Marines with a nicely finished Storm Talon for his Eagle Eyes. One of the cool ideas I got from watching his WIP posts is that he glazes the green with yellow to tone it back down.
Thousand Sons Forge Fiend
Rory has been constantly improving his painting and modeling skills, taking ideas from the many great bloggers in our hobby and putting them to great use. His latest finished piece is a Forge Fiend for his Thousand Sons, but with a great orange twist in honor of Thor.
Story Based Game Event
Speaking of Thor, he did a write up of an event his has been running that is a story based campaign.Â Fratris Salutem looked like a fantastic eventÂ and the kind of event that I would love to attend.
Painting Yellow and White
Ask a hobbyist what the hardest two colors are to paint and you can bet they will be: yellow and white. Dave G dives right into these colors with a fantastic tutorial on not only painting these hard colors, but also some great painting tips as well.
A Little Village
Everyone dreams of battling over a fantastic table, covered in great looking buildings that set the scene.Â John Stiening decided to do this for his Bolt Action games and create almost a whole town of plaster buildings. The cool thing about doing them in plaster is he has created a number of ruins out of it as well.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s Good Reads and I’m always open to other blogs if you think I missed any – there are tons of hobby blogs out there and I’m constantly finding new ones myself.
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