In Part 1 of our look at GW’s Contrast Paint range, we gave our first impressions of the paints, and I said that I wanted to take a look at how they interacted with some other miniatures and show some fun ways of using them.
Hopefully, we start that in Part 2!
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But Math does run the universe, and therefore, the Underhive…
Before I get up to speed on my (slightly larger than I realized…) Zone Mortalis scenery project, I thought I’d just finish up a few more ‘add-on’ pieces for my Sector Mechanicus stuff.
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Everything Old Is New Again…Also, Everything New Is…New, Still…
I have a lot of great memories of the original Necromunda cardboard scenery but also a burning desire to produce the greatest hive city ever known on the tabletop. Lucky (?) for me, there have never been so many quality science fiction scenery kits on the market as there are now…
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Marketed as “an incredibly powerful paint range” that will allow you to “accomplish some remarkable effects” Games Workshop launched the Contrast Paint Range almost a year ago, so it’s about time we started writing up our feedback after trying the paints in a few different ways.
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If you are old enough to feel nostalgia, you’re old enough to die in a futuristic hell world of your own making…
At about 12 years old I developed a life long gaming addiction, beginning with Dungeons and Dragons and eventually increasing to encompass the fantastical imaginary worlds of so many other role-playing games, by about age 14, I found that I had gained another, related but far more specialized addiction…painting miniatures.
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