Often in the miniature painting hobby we focus on ever increasing our piles of proud projects but never taking the time to properly organize and store it. This is my lesson to make sure I correct this mistake for the future.
Last January 2021 I set out to test to see if I could see personal growth in my hobby. I painted a benchmark miniature figure so that I may judge my improvement over the course of one calendar year. This benchmark was at that time the very best I could do in painting a miniature. I set no time limit and poured myself into it. The primary goal was to test if I could see a before and after of how far I developed as a miniature painter.
After a year of almost continuous resin printing, I've learned so much. How did I decide on what to buy? What were some of the highs and lows? Read more to find out.
I've only just started adding contrast paints to my arsenal as a miniature painter. While I still have so much to grow painting this Hill Giant from Lost Adventures Volume 1 has helped me gain valuable insight.
Painting Skin tones to truly portray a complexion is hard. Follow my journey as I embark on a mission to better understand the layers that make up our skin and how to paint them onto miniature figures.
Having the chance to test print models for the community is such a treat. Here I showcase some of the models coming with the Lost Adventures Volume 3 Kickstarter Uncharted Lands. Be sure to check it out.
Full write up of mentality, progress shots and final pictures of my painted Purple Worm miniature from Dragonlock miniatures.