The Wet Palette, Addendum

The Wet Palette, Addendum

Since my first post on making a wet palette  I”ve continued to experiment with the thing and have a couple of additional comments to make. Parchment Paper v. Wax Paper in a Wet Palette About three minutes after I posted the original article I came across a post...
Making a Wet Palette

Making a Wet Palette

Poke around on the “net for a while looking for painting techniques for 15 mm Flames of War figures and sooner or later you will come across the concept of a “wet palette”.  Just what the heck is a wet palette and why would you want one? What is a...
Painting 15 mm Logs and Posts Quickly

Painting 15 mm Logs and Posts Quickly

I recently completed a project where I scratch built a dozen barbed wire obstacles.  Each of those obstacles required 14 posts, meaning that I had to manufacture 168 of the buggers.  That calls for a production level that would make the Department of Munitions proud....
Using Woodland Scenics Foam Putty

Using Woodland Scenics Foam Putty

When wargaming it is often necessary to use some kind of putty or plaster, be it for a piece of terrain or figure bases.  Woodland Scenics Foam Putty can satisfy many of these needs. Introducing Woodland Scenics Foam Putty Upon first finding a tub of Woodland Scenics...