By John Blanche
This publication has been designed to teach you precisely the best way to cross approximately getting ready, assembling and portray fortress miniatures. It tells you in regards to the gear and instruments you'll want, and the simplest type of paints and brushes to exploit. such a lot of all, it grants step-by-step directions to all of the simple ideas utilized in portray steel and plastic miniatures. it is also plenty of tricks and information from the video games Workshop miniature painters that might show you how to create distinct precise results by yourself types.
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Citadel Miniatures Painting Guide by John Blanche