How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Dark Vengeance

How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Dark Vengeance

By Games Workshop

  • Release Date : 2012-09-01
  • Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
  • FIle Size : 66.55 MB
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Description

How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Dark Vengeance In this comprehensive painting workshop, professional army painters Steve Bowerman, Chad Mierzwa, Chris Peach and Duncan Rhodes show you how to paint all the warriors, characters and vehicles found in the Warhammer 40,000 Dark Vengeance boxed game. The techniques in this guide can be used when painting any Dark Angels Space Marines, including the famed Deathwing and Ravenwing, or Chaos Space Marines from the Crimson Slaughter Renegade Space Marine Chapter.

Reviews

  • 5 stars.......but for new painters only

    5
    By Pommus
    If you have any experience painting miniatures, this is no more than a colour reference. For some reason I was expecting some 'eavy metal master class type stuff. Was disappointed to say the least New painters that have just bought the game should see this as a five star book, experienced painters, a two star
  • Really needs to be the 'go to' reference for this set. It's not...

    2
    By Talos1963
    First, let me get something off my chest. I am a long time Games Workshop fan. I have been playing their games off and on for over 25 years and have had a lot of enjoyment doing it. That will help you understand my review of this guidebook. I have watched the painting guides for GWs box set games go from being included in the box, to being available in the White Dwarf issue the month the game is released, to now; an independent digital product that has to be paid for! Well, great! At least it will have had enough effort put into it to be a comprehensive guide to painting the whole set of miniatures in the box, seeing as they are charging so much for it, right? Wrong. Not dead wrong, but this guidebook falls drastically short of being worth anything, let alone the $10 price in the iBookstore. So what are the problems? The guidebook does provide a reference for most of the paint palettes you will need to complete the figures. The naming convention for the colours is the new paint range of course, so if you are like me, and have your paint station stocked with older pots of GW paint, you'll have to dig up the conversion chart from GW. Once you get around that problem, you discover that they have only provided reference pictures of one side of the figures. This makes painting the other side an exercise in frustration. Thumbing through rulebooks, issue 393 (Aus) of White Dwarf, and visiting the Games Workshop website, where they have 360 degree rotating animations of the hero figures for the set! Why were these not included in the guide? If GW are going to charge this much on top of their box set price, the very least they should be doing is providing you with reference material IN ONE PLACE! The other nuisance with the guidebook is where they reference a scheme that has been described already, they tell you which page it's on. Fair enough, but wouldn't it have been nicer to provide a hot link to take you straight there, instead of have to wait for the dreadfully slow page index to appear so you can scroll to the page in question? And where is the paint reference for Interrogator-Chaplain Seraphicus? You remember him, he's the LIMITED EDITION model that was included in the set! Update the guidebook with a paint reference for him, please. The information that has been provided is good, it's just not complete. If these guides are going to be sold, they need to be comprehensive and complete, and easy to navigate. Games Workshop, please revisit this guidebook and update it, to make it worth the money you are asking for what you used to give us in the box at no extra charge...

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