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I am staring a narrative campaign inspired by my space wolves and the new Stormclaw box. I have decided to keep it all in one place on a dedicated facebook page and possibly an independent blog.
on the page you can follow the campaign as I progress through it narratively and artistically, with battle reports and painting guides etc.

I am well excited, JOIN ME!!!!

Siege at Barrabbas face book

 

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With the new rules my space wolves can fit this much more in and stay at the 5k mark. Winning. Time to get these nailed! (After the orks)

 

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Cool idea mate, good to see... is that photoshopped or do you actually have six fortresses of redemption?
 

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Glad you guys like the work! I got a course to teach you guys

I have been Teaching Miniature painting for over 15 years now and as my skill has improved so have my methods. This course is a refinement of these teaching experiences.

I have found that over the last 4 years of teaching I have ALWAYS taught the same things to ALL painters of ALL levels. These things are THE FUNDAMENTALS OF PAINTING.

Whether you are painting to a basic level or to high display standard these fundamentals NEVER CHANGE. They are ESSENTIAL!

So on this course I plan to build your fundamentals to improve your overall painting ability

Some, but by no means all of the ideas taught will be;

The Different core brush strokes

The Holy Grail of the ideal paint consistency

The pallet and its full use

How to avoid lumpy streaky paint

Create a solid foundation for attending our other events

How to use the principles as a tool to keep improving your painting FOREVER!

This event will be intensive and the list above is just a small taste of the course ahead.

Get you tickets here
http://www.golempaintingstudio.co.uk/events/events.htm
 

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The orks look brilliant. I might come to the class as I live in Manchester at the moment. I haven't painted since I was about 12 (now 20) but I'll be picking up the new Dark Vengeance box in October along with a bunch of Vallejo paints.
 

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How often do you schedule classes in Manchester itself? If I can't make this one I'll be sure to come in the future, I'm just a walk away!
 

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Those that have attended the Golem Fundamentals Painting Course will know now how I view the miniature painting world. The Fundamentals are about keeping things simple and efficient, therefore cheap and easy.

The Golem Weathering Course takes the principles of the Golem Fundamentals and applies them to making your miniatures looking battered, grimey, rusty etc WITHOUT having to spend money on modeling gimmicks and secrets, like pigments and hairspray. In our professional studio in Manchester the only stuff we use to paint is.....well... paint.

You guys, as hobbyists, already have all you need to create awesome weathering effects, all you need now is the know how!

Join us to learn;

How to use the 3 consistencies for weathering
Develop your eye for colour choice
Realistic rust paint peel
Chipping and battle damage

On this course we will also go over some of the Golem Fundamentals course subjects that apply to weathering, so this course is great for beginners. If you have been on the Fundamentals before you will find the Weathering Course easier to grasp and be able to combine all the ideas and open up new realms of painting awesomeness!

TICKETS HERE

 

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Spent all night in the studio in Manchester
launching paint from a brush at this guy to get him finished AND
create a step by step GUIDE for all the wargaming/painting community.

I hope you like it

T





 
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