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Step By Step Painting

This is how myself and Blackmane paint and model our stuff, hopefully it will provide a bit of inspiration for anyone who reads it, this is certainly not a definitive guide by any means, however we hope they provide some use to you all.

Queek Headtaker: Part 1
Queek Headtaker: Part 2
Queek Headtaker: Part 3
Queek Headtaker: Part 4
Warhammer 40k
Painting Blackmane's Dark Eldar: The Blazing Sun

Lord of the Rings
Painting Uruk-Hai

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