Article Archive for September 2009
You’ve finally splurged and bought yourself some of those terrific artist-grade brushes. Good for you. Now it’s time to learn how to care for and protect your new tools so you can get years of enjoyment and service from them.
Your Humble Editor succumbs to the inevitable and finally sets up a Twitter account for The Screaming Alpha. Will the new platform drive more traffic to the site or is this all just a total boondoggle? Does anyone even use the word “boondoggle” anymore? Only time will tell…
Guest columnist and professional artist Mike Crowell breaks down the anatomy of a paintbrush and gives tips on how to find your own personal “best” brush.
Guest columnist Kevin McClain shares his technique for converting low-cost Clix minis to bemore useful for mainstream RPGs.
At long last we unleash our super-sized review of Lady Justice and her Death Marshals for Wyrd Miniatures hot new Malifaux game. You gonna click that mouse or just stand there whistlin’ Dixie?
Your Humble Editor begs your forgiveness for a late review of some highly-anticipated Malifaux minis. Come back Sunday and you’ll see the hotness…
There are a lot of brushes in the miniatures painting world, but only one is the amazing Winsor & Newton Series 7. It’s the Cadillac of brushes, and worth twice what it costs. Read the review to find out why.