by Dion 8. August 2004 10:57

Paints used:

Primer GW White Spray Primer and GW Smelly Primer wash
Basecoat jacket, trousers Vallejo USA Uniform #922 or Vallejo Dark Green #893
Highlight jacket, trousers Vallejo Khaki #988
Basecoat Flesh GW Elf Flesh
Wash Brown Ink
Weapons GW Boltgun Metal
Webbing GW Codex Grey or
Vallejo Green Grey #886
Gun stocks, shovel handle GW Scorched Brown
Boots, holster GW Scorched Brown
Radio, tools, bazooka + rocket, helmet Vallejo Brown Violet #887
Varnish Krylon Acrylic Matte Finish


Flames of War | 15mm | WWII | Painting

My Hobby Desk

by Dion 29. July 2004 22:18

My Hobby Desk

Brush Cup

Tool Cup

My Portable Hobby Desk

I made this portable lap desk to paint in front of the tv. I found a piece of board, sanded it and stained it. I took an old pillowcase and some pillow filler for cushion and covered the bottom. I built the removable shelf from foamboard. With the shelf detached, it works great as a laptop desk, as well.


Tools and Techniques

US Parachute Platoon

by Dion 29. July 2004 21:23


15mm | Flames of War | Painting | WWII

LOTR ink tests

by Dion 8. July 2004 13:03

I was testing how inking worked on a Rohan horseman and Orc.


28mm | Lord of The Rings | Painting

Testing out the Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game from the Games Workshop

by Dion 16. June 2004 16:08


28mm | Lord of The Rings | Battle Report

First pass at Last Alliance figs

by Dion 14. June 2004 18:11

I finally completed the first 6 figures from the Games Workshop Lord of the Rings Strategy battle game, the original green box, that I started back in October 2001.
I primed them using GW Smelly Primer. Painted accordingly to the GW painting guide, and used GW gloss varnish as a sealer. Medium ballast was used to finish the base.



28mm | Lord of The Rings | Painting


by Dion 27. May 2004 13:13

My son and I painted this Uruk-hai swordsman. I primed with black spray paint. We basecoated with Dark Flesh for the flesh, Bestial Brown for the gloves, yellow for the hair and boot and Tin Bitz for the metal. I drybrushed the figure with chainmail for the metal and snakebite leather for the clothes. My son finished off the painting with Red Gore over the flesh, blade and shield for that blood-stained battle look. We based with medium ballast.


Lord of The Rings | 28mm | Painting

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