Tuesday, March 24, 2009

You guys gotta come check these out...

I'm still gonna do one of my own so our head honcho can put it up in the tutorial section but here are the tutorials from The Army Painter website! I found them on youtube.com and they're very well done. Thought you all would dig seeing just what this stuff can do.

I want to send a shout out to Bo, President of The Army Painter company for being gracious enough to come over and check out my army done with his products and to leave behind some nice comments. If you buy The Army Painter products your not just getting something that will revolutionize your entire hobby but your also buying from a classy guy. Thanks Bo!

And guys I wrote Bo about what we do here at From The Warp and he had this to say...

"Just checking FromTheWarp, cool website."

He's absolutely right! We do have a cool thing going on here and people are taking notice. All of you deserve a huge pat on the back for all the effort you put into your blogs and your work. I enjoy everything I see here. A very special thanks needs to go out to Ron... we wouldn't even be here doing this stuff if not for his vision. Well done fellas and I am damn proud to be apart of From The Warp!


3 comments:

The Inner Geek said...

I too dig the army painter product, though I've only done some test minis with it. I'll be using it more in the future though. I also tried their brand of spray primer in bone color, very decent product as well.

The 25mm Warrior said...

Nice to hear their other spray primers are good. I used the red one and it was awesome. Though it did take some getting used to. They are not like GW primers and you really don;t need a lot of it to get some good coverage. Let me know when you use that stuff bro I want to see how great your stuff if gonna look!

Vyper76 said...

Cheers for highlighting this product range, I'd not heard of them before. I am more interested in the coloured primers than the dipping product, but do appreciate that you get a good result quickly and a force ready to play fast. I shall struggle with painting my Fire Eater marines using the traditional painting method for the moment in a vain effort to get my painting skills honed. Nice job on those Blood Angels.