The Process

The painting process is very important to us. We take great care in our work to produce quality wargame miniatures. There are many parts to this process all that are carried out to bring you miniatures that you will be proud of to use on your wargames tables. We are also constantly reviewing our painting process to develop even better techniques. We love and  use Vallejo Acrylics  Ammo Mig and mig productions products


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and ink washes/filters, together with air brush work with our Airbrushes. During the painting process we satin varnish and a Matt varnish on completion to give your miniatures a level of protection.If you would like your miniatures converting from these-



To these


or tank castings to these

You can now add additional painting/modeling elements to the painting process

- Camo netting with foliage
- Winter Camo 
- Addition of Mud /Scratches 
- Damage to vehicle (shell holes/bullet holes broken side skirts plates etc) Contact us with your requirements.
- Base texturing and flocking grass flowers per stand/base 
- Wet Mud
- Dry Mud
- Snow etc
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Enclosed picture of a King Tiger 2 Commission Bolt Action Painted Warlord King Tiger 2 28mm Commission painting