Posted:  30. 09. 2020.

 

 


This month's step-by-step covers painting of plastic ruin scenery for the popular GW game Warcry. I've painted this kit several times, both for my own table and as commissions. It's always been a fantastic backdrop for games and photos alike. Check the Gallery for a few examples.

Let's get into the tutorial.

 

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That is a super clear & handy tutorial

By Gavroche on 2020 09 30

Brilliant, your tutorials are always excellent references. Thank you!

By Viktor on 2020 09 30

Thanks Gavroche and Viktor!

By Ana Polanšćak    on 2020 09 30

I’ve been looking forward to this after you announced it a few weeks back. I’m a big fan of typhus corrosion as a grime layer! The logical order you put it in and the clarity of the instructions is incredibly helpful - I’ve just bought some of the terrain and was waiting for this before getting started. Wondering if you have come across True Earth weathering powders and paints? A bit extravagant- but great for finishing touches and Rust / corrosion focal points.

By Razorbug on 2020 10 01

@Razorbug - Thank you! I haven’t heard of True Earth, looks interesting. I prefer to keep most of my painting products water-based, so this looks like something I may try.

By Ana Polanšćak    on 2020 10 02

Very interesting and inspiring tutorial!

By The Golem on 2020 10 02

@The Golem - Thank you!

By Ana Polanšćak    on 2020 10 02

Tis a dream come true !

By Chugasaurus on 2020 10 03

Thanks! Very thorough tutorial with a great effect. Love the little pictures of tools used.

By potsiat on 2020 10 04

Thanks @Chugasaurus and @potsiat!

By Ana Polanšćak    on 2020 10 06

 
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