A great thematic piece and objective for various tabletop games, the Hagglethorn Well has some cool features like an attachable bucket and axel system. Whilst there is a version that comes with the bucket and rope sculpted onto it, for those that want to create their own we present this guide! Along with steps on… Read more
The red tiled roofs of the Wizarding District make a striking scene and a great gaming table. This guide will show you how to achieve the same look as the studio models in 4 easy steps! This model in this guide is the Ruined Hunters Lodge, however, the same guide applies to the Tavern, Guildhall,… Read more
The fantastic Tree Creatures from the Hagglethorn Hollow are full of excellent details and character. It’s only fitting they receive a paint job that does them justice. This scheme was based off the trees made by Johnny Frazer-Allen so that the creatures fit into the wandering woods. You could use this guide to paint up… Read more
The crumbling ruins of the Old Town are great for gaming with easy access to miniature placement and interesting internal details. This guide aims to show you how you can get yours painted and on the gaming table with a minimum of fuss. This guide uses the Ruined Barracks as an example but it is… Read more
The Garden Fences from Hagglethorn Hollow add a lot of character to your games and importantly for your troops, they add cover! We’ve used this method on the Common Gardens as well as the fences but it would also be useful for any other wicker or stick surfaces you might come across. Painting these is… Read more
The Hagglethorn Pathways and Bridge make excellent cobblestone pathways and roads for heaps of different fantasy settings. Based on Johnny Frazer-Allen’s artwork, our painting guide highlights the unique design in a few easy steps. It may look complicated at first, but you’ll find once you get into the swing of it, painting these are really… Read more
These characterful statues from the Hagglethorn Hollow Kickstarter provide excellent atmosphere to your gaming table and make great objectives for wargaming. We painted ours in six easy steps that will get them on the table and looking awesome in no time! Step 1) Undercoat in Army Painter Leather Brown Step 2) Drybrush with Army Painter… Read more
In this video we demonstrate some effective techniques and tips you can use when assembling modular ruins using Murder Row. The same technique will apply for many of the other Shadowfey Ruins. Remember to take care when using superglue and other hazardous materials.
Here we cover the technique of drybrushing, one of the most common painting methods when painting 3d printed terrain. Often one of the first techniques hobbyists learn we’ve got a few tips and tricks that will hopefully improve your drybrushing! Suitable for painting stone, wood, dirt, and many other textures. It is best done with… Read more
Using a Crème Brulee torch to heat models you can carefully re-shape and bend your prints! In this video we used the Feywild Shrine from the Shadowfey Wilds Kickstarter. This was done with PLA filament on an FDM printer. We do not recommend this technique with other types of filament or resin prints.