Let's enjoy wargaming as a fun, social, laid-back hobby! Farseer Khaiell

I enjoy nicely painted miniatures but I don't care for miniature painting as a fine art. I prefer a smart theme before NMM.

I give kudos to master painters and successful generals of the hour and go back to having fun with the hobby! — Khaiell

Most of the miniatures, be it plastic, resin or metal, come with flat gun points with no hole. You can easily fix that with the right tools. And the Citadel Hobby Drill is not enough. »
Modelling 2017-09-01 Khaiell
The trick is to think backward. Normally you paint shadows in the recesses of a model and then highlights on the edges emphasising how the external light plays on the shape. Fire has a light of its own and so the roles are reversed and the deeper you go, the lighter it will be. »
Modelling 2017-08-25 Khaiell
Many players magnetise their models to have an option to change their weapons. But even if you're a hobbyist keeping faithful to one model configuration, you may benefit from magnetising some parts »
Modelling 2017-08-04 Khaiell
Some models are notoriously difficult to keep clean. They have difficult to reach areas and vacuum cleaners and their brushes are either to weak to get the dust off or too strong and can damage the model. »
General Tips 2017-07-28 Khaiell
After many years here comes a new card terrain set for Warhammer 40k Cityfight/Sector Imperialis setting. It's extremely wobbly but can be fixed and I show you how. »
Reviews 2017-07-20 Khaiell
Shading and highlighting white is quite straightforward with the caveat that there are murderous pitfalls along the way »
Modelling 2017-06-30 Khaiell
Today's picture gallery celebrates one of Games Workshop's gems lost in time: the Epic (6mm scale) series of games. Thanks in large part to lower cost of introducing new models they expanded enormously the fluff of Warhammer 40k. »
Reviews 2017-06-17 Khaiell