Fast, Easy, Fun!
Speedpaint is the ultimate one-coat painting solution
The all-in-one Speedpaint is a true one-coat painting solution offering rich shading, vibrant saturation, and an easy highlight simultaneously. Simply apply one coat of Speedpaint directly over a primed miniature and you are done! It’s as easy as it sounds and if you don’t believe us then check out our “How to Speedpaint” tutorial or follow our quick and simple How-to steps down below.
The Speedpaint Range of Colours
When it comes to Speedpainting – there are no comparisons
Featuring a comprehensive selection of the most sought after colours in combination with an innovative resin medium solution – Speedpaint flows perfectly over your miniatures for vibrant saturation, rich shadows, and an easy highlight all in one-coat. What’s more, Speedpaint offers unparalleled control for even coverage that yields better looking results. Whether you’re using the smart selection of paints in the Starter Set, the all-inclusive Mega Set, or picking the perfect bottles for the job off the rack at your friendly local game store the Speedpaint range offers a wealth of tools for the beginner and veteran miniature hobbyists alike.
One thing is for sure: from primer coat to tabletop-ready – Speedpaint is the fastest, easiest, and most fun way to bring beautifully painted miniatures to life on the gaming table.
5 Best Practices
With any new paint product or technique, there’s always a bit of a learning curve to get the best results. With Speedpaint, that learning curve isn’t so steep.
Here are 5 Best Practices to get the most from this awesome new technique to add to your hobby arsenal.
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Start by priming your miniature with Colour Primer Matt White, or our Airbrush Matt White Primer for the best adhesion and vibrant results. Other colours can be employed for a different unique result.
Shake the bottle thoroughly to mix your paints and ensure the pre-loaded Mixing Balls are not stuck in the dropper well. If they are, simply remove them by sticking a needle or cocktail stick through the nozzle.
Load your brush with a liberal amount of Speedpaint and apply a generous coat over the desired areas, allowing the pigment to flow into the recesses and details of the miniature and let dry.
Finish off your paint job with a protective layer of Anti-Shine Matt Varnish Spray or Airbrush Varnish. If you wish to add more layers or highlights with acrylic paints, we recommend applying a layer of varnish first.
For extra details and really bringing your miniature to life, finish the base off using the many different Tufts and basing materials from our Battlefields Basing range.
You can speed up the drying time of the Speedpaint with a hair dryer!
Prime, Paint and Play
Are you ready to paint your hordes of grey plastic, armies of unpainted miniatures, and piles of miniature shame faster and easier than ever before? Then Speedpaint is the tool for the job. Get started with our Speedpaint Starter Set, indulge in the full-range found in the Speedpaint Mega Set, and be sure to stock up on the best primers and varnishes for the job.
Achieving prime results requires the right primer
We recommend priming your miniatures with Colour Primer Matt White for best adhesion and vibrant colour
Colour Primer Skeleton Bone and Necrotic Flesh are also fun to play around with for unique results and Warpaints Air Matt White Primer can come in handy as well. If you really want to push Speedpaint to it’s limit, try applying it over a zenithal basecoat!
Colour Primer Matt White yields the most vibrant colours
The pale green of Necrotic Flesh develops a more muted, de-saturated effect
Speedpaint really shines when applied over Colour Primer Plate Mail Metal