This entry was posted on June 19, 2012 by ichibanpainting. It was filed under how to, warhammer 40k and was tagged with 40k, airbrush, airbrushing, battle sisters, calgar, canon, carnifex, chain sword, chaplain, commision painting, dreadknight, dreadnought, drop pod, dslr, dwarf, figures, forgeworld, games workshop, gamesworkshop, greenstuff, greyknight, greyknights, honorguard, imperial fists, imperial guard, imperial guards, inquisition, kissx4, landraider, macro, marneus, marneus calgar, miniature, model, modeling, modleling, necrons, paint tutorial, painting, painting tutorials, powersword, scibor, scibor miniatures, sciborminiatures, space marine, Space Marines, space wolf, SpaceMarine, spacemarines, t2i, tablegames, tableminiatures, terminator, tiberius, tutorial, tyranid, tyranids, ultramarine, ultramarines, Vallejo, vallejo game colors, vallejo paints, vallejogamecolors, Voltron, wargaming, Warhammer, warhammer 40000, warhammer40000, warhammer40k, warmonger, warmongers, warmoreradio, wh40k.
Reblogged this on The Shell Case and commented:
Our resident painting mentalist, Hugo, has posted his tutorial on painting the awesome Forgeworld Space Marine Stormeagle. It’s an interesting watch and makes me realise that I will never, ever, be as good as him. Bastard.
June 19, 2012 at 10:30 pm
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