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How To: Sanguinary Guard Infernus Pistols

How To: Sanguinary Guard Infernus Pistols

The new blood angel’s sanguinary guard kit is brilliant. Frankly, it’s worth picking up even if you’re not interested in collecting blood angels, like the chaos marauder horsemen kit, it’s just a great kit that produces easy to build and style miniatures that anyone can make look good. But there’s a problem. The sprues only [...]

November 26th, 2010 | Posted in Modeling & Scenery | Read More »

Stamps and Vectors made easy

Stamps and Vectors made easy

So I’m looking to solve a few problems in one tutorial here. The main goal is making simple stamps that could be used for many different things. The demo is for creating a chapter badge stamp because that’s what I happen to be doing right now. Second will be how to create your own chapter [...]

November 1st, 2010 | Posted in Modeling & Scenery | Read More »

How to Make a Gaming Table

How to Make a Gaming Table

This is a tutorial for how to creating your own table. It really is fast and cheap to build.It isn’t heavy as most wood built tables you normally see. This is am example for creating a plain battlefield due to a large collection of terrain not based here. The board will be black / grey [...]

October 3rd, 2010 | Posted in Modeling & Scenery | Read More »

Tyranid Slime

Tyranid Slime

Well, a few people have asked me how I did my tyranid slime, so I thought I’d do a tutorial. If you want to do a pool of slime, skip steps 2, 3, 4 and 5, and just pour the glue, and build it up in small layers, but it dries instantly with the spray, [...]

September 28th, 2010 | Posted in Modeling & Scenery | Read More »

Vanguard Project Part 1

Vanguard Project Part 1

“They descended ahead of the rest of them. Soaked in the blood of enemies they had earned their crimson hued armor. Each one was a ruby that called forth my deepest terrors. Violently crackling swords of the most august natures lead their charge. Flesh and blood and sinew and bone cleaved in twain at their passing. I would have cried for the piteous creatures that stood in their path, but they were the enemies of the Emperor, and those scarlet armored dervishes were the Emperor’s Vanguard.”

— The Remembrancer Sorian Cul Rayoth, on the Battle of the Aceadian Bridge —

August 2nd, 2010 | Posted in Modeling & Scenery | Read More »

How to make an Iron Door

How to make an Iron Door

Welcome back to Shonuff’s Scenery Corner. This time I was in need of a nifty door or access hatch for a piece of scenery for this contest we’re running on the forums. I looked through my bits and none of the door gave me the ‘feel’ i was going for on the scenery piece. I [...]

May 14th, 2010 | Posted in Modeling & Scenery | Read More »

Chaos Combi Plasmas

Chaos Combi Plasmas

People have seen my combi plasma terminators floating around forums for some time now and after many requests, Ive finally done this guide (A load of blige it is though!). So, what will you need? I find this conversion easier to complete with a ‘basic’ combi bolter (just the twin linked one). There is less [...]

May 8th, 2010 | Posted in Modeling & Scenery | Read More »

The Art of Magnetization

The Art of Magnetization

Just need to add the pictures and read over once more, and should be done! Hello all you fans of Librarium Online. I was recently sitting in my apartment and pondering to myself “What is the next new ‘hip’ blog that could be written for LO?” My mind settled on magnetizing. Today I will show [...]

April 28th, 2010 | Posted in Blog,Modeling & Scenery,Warhammer40K | Read More »

Green Stuff Banner Tutorial

Green Stuff Banner Tutorial

Banners are always a focal point in any army, large surfaces that are the best places to show of painting skills. For this reason its not always the best option to use the precast ones provided, you cant have evey banner looking the same, its just not natural! For this reason, its about time we [...]

April 25th, 2010 | Posted in Blog,Modeling & Scenery | Read More »

10mm Hedges

10mm Hedges

Only having finished making some hedges for my 28mm WW2 minis I realised I’ll need some for my 10mm minis too… *sigh*.  Well the having learnt a thing or two through making the big stuff I set myself some goals with these ones: They have to be quick to make.  I’ll lose interest otherwise and [...]

April 15th, 2010 | Posted in Blog,Modeling & Scenery | Read More »