Painting Thundertusk Beastclaw Raiders – TUTORIAL

By |2016-08-12T16:00:42+00:00August 12th, 2016|Categories: Age of Sigmar, How To Tutorial, Ogres, Videos|

beastclaw raiders painting tutorial

Beastclaw Raiders are fresh to Age of Sigmar and with it comes a great painting tutorial on how to get your army ready for the battlefield. Check it out!

The newest addition to Warhammer Age of Sigmar is the Beastclaw Raiders and the white fur has been throwing some people off a little because it’s not a common thing to paint in the Warhammer world.

Well we are in luck because the guys over at Warhammer TV have made a painting tutorial telling you exactly what you need to do to make your army look sick!

Source: Warhammer TV (facebook)

A guide to painting the prehistoric monsters of the Beastclaw Raiders.

beastclaw raiders painting tutorial

Blue and grey makes White?

beastclaw raiders painting tutorial

Resting Cold Face!

beastclaw raiders painting tutorial

Leather made easy!

beastclaw raiders painting tutorial

beastclaw raiders painting tutorial

Painting Tattoos! 

Source: Games Workshop

Thundertusk Beastriders: $58

beastclaw raiders painting tutorial

Rumbling harbingers of the Everwinter, Thundertusks make the air around them thick with glimmering frost. The savage Beastriders who sit astride them guide them into the heart of battle, there to amplify the killing power of the Everwinter, attacking and harvesting enemies with their blasts of frost-wreathed ice.

This multi-part plastic kit contains all the components necessary to build the Thundertusk Beastriders, with a Citadel 120x92mmOval base. The kit can optionally be used to assemble a Frostlord, Huskard or Beastriders on Stonehorn, or Huskard or Frostlord on Thundertusk.

Ride on over to Warhammer TV for some more great tutorials like this one!

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