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Fenris Games Wererabbit

I managed to purchase a WereRabbit at the Fenris Games booth before they ran out at Salute 2014. Its always so hectic and I am happy to have fought the crowds had a chat with Ian and got a cool resin mini to boot! Fenris have an astounding range of miniatures and have just launched their new website. Well worth checking out their ranges! Here is the link to the Wererabbit.  So I decided to keep this bunny secret up till now as I used it in my recent Pathfinder RPG as an encounter. I wanted my Wererabbit to really...

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Reaper Bones Skeletons - Painting Tutorial

This is a simple tutorial for painting good table top standard skeletons. I have used Reaper Bones skeletons that I received from the Bones Kickstarter. I re-based the Skeletons on bases from Tiny Worlds. Stage 1 Here I applied a dark brown coat to the skelton and once dried applied a dry brush of Vallejo Bonewhite Stage 2 Any metal items are given a solid coat of pure black which will form the base for our rusted metal Stage 3 A brown is stippled onto the metal areas that were painted brown in Stage 2. I used a Citadel dry brush and stippled...

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Processing & Uploading 360° Photos to MiniWars
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Processing & Uploading 360° Photos to MiniWars

In the first article I described how to take 360° photos of your miniatures. Now in this video tutorial we'll look out how you get those photos into Mini360 with the help of Photoshop. If you don't have Photoshop, you could use a free alternative like GIMP. When I get the chance I'll create a similar tutorial for GIMP but the principles will be the same, so this one should still be of use to you. What We're Aiming For Hopefully you'll end up with a good quality 360° by the end of the tutorial....

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Taking 360° Photos of Miniatures
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Taking 360° Photos of Miniatures

In this first of two articles, I'll quickly show you how to create 360º photos for use with our Mini360 feature. These photos can really show off your miniatures like never before, and give followers of your work the next best thing to viewing it in person! The process can be very simple, but there are a number of tricks that will speed things up and produce first class results. The Equipment I use a standard Canon point and click camera. It's not expensive, but it's plenty good enough. A tripod is essential. I bought mine for...

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