And this time, we mean actually fresh off the press! Over the past week, I turned one of the most popular e-book into an actual book !
It’s cold as balls in Quebec City, Canada; there are weather-based discounts on poutine; the case is strong against climate change deniers. Meanwhile, I released a new dollar e-book on this very subject! Snow, not poutine…
The second tome in the Miniature Painting Basics has just hit the shelves (virtual shelves…)
Every book includes the theory behind the technique, a list of do’s and don’ts, and examples of where and how to use each technique.Each book focus on a specific aspect of miniature painting that you should learn and master. You do not need to read them in order, although if you are just starting, it will make a lot more sense to do so.
The second book in the Miniature Painting Basics series, Drybrush teaches you one of the easiest and most efficient technique to use on your models.
Creating contrast is the bread and butter of every awesome miniature, and drybrush makes such a thing not only possible, but extremely easy. Find out about all the great uses of drybrush for your models, from beginner’s first steps to advanced techniques used on high quality miniatures.
Editor’s note: If you are in the US, this link might work best.
Call me a resolutioneer or whatever, but I am not messing around with my 1 book per month thing! Here’s the latest, fresh off the press ( Dude, that’s not how e books work, they…like… whatever ) a book on model assembly.
This one is more aimed at beginners, still assembling your miniatures properly is something you should know, so I figured it’s pretty essential