How to Paint Raven Guard PDF Painting Guide

(1 customer review)

£3.99 +VAT where applicable

High quality detailed PDF guide showing how to paint a Raven Guard space marine in 10 steps.

Includes mini guide on white armour, and alternative paint references for different Company shoulder trim colours.

Each step shows high resolution images of the model from multiple angles. All paints and materials are listed for ease of reference and descriptions of techniques are clearly explained in detail.

An airbrush is required for some steps.

Note: This guide will be updated with FAQs / Errata. Customers will always have access to the latest version.

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Description

This guide is designed for beginner to intermediate level painters. The aim is to achieve a good quality paint job in a way that can be replicated relatively quickly across an army. Some of the later steps are optional, so the method can be ‘scaled’ from rank and file to more special models such as commanders and characters.

A certain level of experience and understanding is assumed of basic painting techniques such as basecoating, layering, using shading washes and edge highlighting, but more ‘advanced’ techniques such as freehand or NMM are avoided to ensure maximum accessibility.

Format: PDF
File size: 34mb
No. of pages: 20
Current version: 1.2

1 review for How to Paint Raven Guard PDF Painting Guide

  1. davidantonie (verified owner)

    This is the second ‘How To Paint’ guide that I have purchased. In my opinion (22 years in the hobby) these are the best painting tutorials I have ever read.

    The entire layout is fantastic. A lot of thought has gone into the design to make each step stand out and really easy to follow.

    Detailed photos of every step are taken from multiple angles and are very clear, showing small details and the subtle shading, especially when it comes to airbrushing.

    These high quality guides have improved my technical skill with practice, and made me really think about complementing and contrasting colours, to add realism and depth to my miniatures.

    They are absolutely worth the price and I don’t think anyone would be disappointed for buying them.

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