Tutorial: Painting Warcry Ruins
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
Brilliant, your tutorials are always excellent references. Thank you!
Thanks Gavroche and Viktor!
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.
@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.
Very interesting and inspiring tutorial!
@The Golem - Thank you!
Tis a dream come true !
Thanks! Very thorough tutorial with a great effect. Love the little pictures of tools used.
Thanks @Chugasaurus and @potsiat!