Welcome to our Gallery pages. Here you will find a huge amount of inspirational and really, really cool miniatures and armies that are available on the market which have been painted using our paints. Our paints can be used to paint not only these miniatures, but all other miniatures available on the market.
There are many different gaming systems included, and our search system allows you to quickly get an overview of which miniatures we have galleries of and which products we used to paint them.
The galleries are all step-by-step guides on how to easy and quickly achieve the results presented – and thus get on with the Gaming!
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Here you can quickly navigate through our many galleries. If you prefer a specific
Gaming System or has just bought a Colour Primer and want to see how it can be combined
with Quickshade – use the search criteria’s below.
Next to each Gallery you will see a little coloured round dot (or several) plus an
encircled letter. These describe what products have been used in the specific gallery.
How to save time: use multiple Colour Primer sprays on your cavalry models - one for the rider and a different spray for the steed. (View gallery)
Golem from Descent 1st Edition
Painting your boardgame miniatures brings an extra dimension to your games - this we all know. But do you have the time? In this gallery we demonstrate how to paint your Golem from the Descent 1st Edition fast! (View gallery)
Ork Pirate painted using The Army Painter Technique: spray - dip - done! (View gallery)
Painting animals realisticly can be challenging at times. Here is an easy step-by-step guide to a simple, yet effective pair of eagle wings. (View gallery)
High Elf Regiment
With the combination of Colour Primer Crystal Blue and Quickshade Strong Tone you can have an army painted in no time at all. (View gallery)
Roman Archer: QS Soft Tone
This Roman Archer from Warlord Games has been painted in bright colours over a CP Matt White spray and subtle shading with Quickshade Soft Tone. (View gallery)
Napoleonic: CP Crystal Blue
Painting a massive army of Napleonics can be a daunting task for anybody - but with The Army Painter Technique it is a little easier. (View gallery)
Warrior from Descent
We have taken a plastic Warrior from the Fantasy Flight Games classic boardgame Descent 1st Ed. and a little colour before the hero goes dungeon bashing. (View gallery)
Guardsman: CP Uniform Grey
A simple yet very efficient colour scheme using CP Uniform Grey and QS Dark Tone. (View gallery)
CP Barbarian Flesh: Dwarf Berserker
We take a look at painting Dwarf Berserksers using Colour Primer: Barbarian Flesh. (View gallery)
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