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Culto Genestealer – Leman Russ Mars Alpha pattern

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Campaña Age of Sigmar: Estremecer de Uglu

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Tapetes para X-Wing o Star Wars Armada

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Age of Sigmar: Una historia de siete Señores de la Guerra

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Guía para empezar con Mansiones de la Locura

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BOLT ACTION – Updating my German army – Part I

Because we are trying the Warlord Games rules, Bolt Action, I wanted complete my German forces with a mortar and MMG teams. Nine years ago I bought my first historical miniatures: a blister of winter German grenadier from Artizan Design (28mm). From then, I’ve been...

WIP – T-34/85 Plastic Soldier – Part II

After ‘almost’ finishing the work in the hull and turret, I have advanced in the tracks, filling them with dry mud and dust… I’ve done a very simple technique, because I’ve realized that dedicating too much time to the bottom part of the...

Mud stains in 15mm infantry

In the same way that the mud accumulates on vehicle’s underbody because their daily use, in rainy seasons soldiers have to cross muddy roads and flooded trenches. So, inevitably, their clothes are stained with mud. In this case I wanted represent a light mud effect....

PaintingWAR: German army WWII

When we start a new project we often spend many hours looking up information. However, this can change thanks to the new magazine PaintingWAR, which reviews an army in a specific way. In each project a different painter explains his techniques and painting style...

WIP – T-34/85 Plastic Soldier – Part I

I begin my path in this blog posting something that I’m painting right now: a T-34/85 in 1/72 of Plastic Soldier Company. In this case I haven’t done any modulation, only a few highlights the classic way: illuminating the center of all panels. The color...

Painting red primer in German tanks – Part I

I have always liked German tanks in red primer. That‘s the red color utilized to prime the German tanks before the dunkelgelb and camouflage colors. Some time ago I painted a “paperpanzer”, a Maus, where I tried to paint some panels in red primer. However, I didn’t...