Tuesday, 22 July 2014

The shape of things to come








A sneak preview of some Claymore Castings, Medieval Crossbow, Sculpted by the talented Matthew Bickley.
These are WIP shots... Matt has a little work to do on the Crossbows but we thought that you guys would like a look.

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Some new toys


Painted for my collection by Andrew Taylor. Thanks Andrew!

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Summer Hols

Claymore Castings Summer Holidays. Just to keep everyone informed, no orders will be shipped during the 18th June to the 4th July as we are on our summer hols! So in other words, I'll be swapping the paintbrush for a beer!

Saturday, 17 May 2014

The Wolf of Badenoch


Some Claymore Castings news


Andrew has been working on a new command pack for our Scots and English ranges. Here is one of the figures from that pack ' The Wolf of Badenoch'. I'll post more about this pack soon.


He has also been painting up some of our Highlanders as spear men for our 'Battle of Harlaw ' game that we plan soon. www.claymorecastings.co.uk

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Ribaulds.

A sneak preview of the next two packs from Claymore Castings. Ribaulds that can be used for lesser armed troops in the Scots or Highlander ranges. Could easily be used as Welsh or Irish.









It was great to see so many images of Claymore Castings in this months Wargames Soldier and Strategy. However three pictures of Claymore Castings Highlanders were wrongly credited as being painted by myself, actually they were done by the talented  Darren Linnington...credit where credit is due...I wish that I could paint like that :) Sorry Darren for the mix up.

David

Monday, 5 May 2014

Step 4



Before the wash



Some images of the figure when the Agrax Earthshade has dried.

The figure so far, shown next to a painted one.

So there ends the test tutorial videos for today.
Step1-Cleaning up the figures.
Step2-Primer.
Step3-The face- base Colour.
Step4-Washing the figure with ink.

Well, I got the videos filmed and uploaded! I think it will get better as time goes on. I'll try and do some more tomorrow but it is family time now. I hope you guys get a lot out of this effort.
Thanks for the supportive comments!
David

Step 3


Step 3: Face- base colour.

Do you need subtitles :)




Step 2: Primer
After the figure has been glued together I then prime the figure with spray paint.