For one weekend only you’ll be able to grab a very limited edition Forge World model in store – A Legions Astartes Praetor in Tartaros Armour! We invite you all. Forge World Masterclass. Public. ยท Hosted by Games Workshop: Warhammer World. Interested. clock. Saturday, August 4, at PM PDT. More than a. This week’s pre-orders for Forge World have got you covered with the Imperial Armour Model Masterclass Volume 1 is being re-released and.

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I recommend both highly. You can buy the older books and get better versions of the tutorials that are in this one. I have the first two books and agree that forgewordl are excellent books. What the HH painters excel at are tanks.

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Did you try the new Citadel Air ones? It sounds like they have scrimped on the content tbh and blurry pics is pretty much unforgivable at this level. Thursday, January 21, Review: Oh yea and they even tell you to use boltgun metal.

The tutorials it does have are great, the photos stunning, but it’s just missing a whole lot of the instruction from the first two. I have seen that video. From the rest I saw there was not much “new” content. Thanks for the review. But it’s still corgeworld and I’m glad I own it. Exactly how I felt too. So much of this is available on the net these days and more detailed instruction as well.

They even push that stupid mix of jasterclass citadel paints for the Sons of Horus and then apologies for it buy saying you can buy their own brand greens to create the scheme Was tempted to order it until I saw a Video-Review of it.


That’s one awesome masterclass – “Paint it good! I’m a little lukewarm about the HH paint jobs coming out of Forgeworld. Most come from that kind of background of military modelling, so the weathering and painting of armoured vehicles is what they really are good at.

Think I’ve dodged a bullet now as if I’d bought this for a tutorial on Horus and found out the tip was “paint it good” I think I’d have been very angry.

I got the book and I think it sucks compared to the first two. I like it, but can eaily understand why people will say it’s lacking. Masterclasx know i totally forgot about forgewordl one. I feel bad saying that, but it’s true.

Have you tried the pure GW book which came with a dvd and covered various techniques albeit at a much lower skill level. Just felt let down with this one after anticipating so much after already owning the older books. I got this book thinking it would be focused on painting marines and characters but LOL at how bad the tiny bits of guidance you get on characters are.

It’s marked volume one so I’ll be a bit more careful before pouncing on volume two when it comes out The images do look fantastic.

Review: Forge World Model Masterclass The Horus Heresy Volume One – Tale of Painters

I have other How-To books that I refer to on a regular basis. The thing is I really like the book. Since purchase which was nearly a year ago I have not picked this book up. Mine is still shrink wrapped ready to look at at home.

And will be used on the Warlord too. The very first tutorial is covered in one of the other books brass scorpion. I’m just being a bit of negative Nancy as it does not compare to the previous two books. However I tested the Salamander paint scheme they give you; and it comes out nothing like the pictures: Infact with the internet people are really spoilt with masterclasss amount of brilliant tutorials and all. That’s barely a magazine! Forge World customer service, models and other work has always been amazing.


Forgewold they have their own range of paint at FW, I can see why they would now start to talk about those, and because infantry are not forgeworrld, I can see why those figures don’t stack up as well as some on the internet. I’m revisiting this review as I’m considering painting some Imperial Fists and thanks to your screenshot, even THAT seems useless, other than the scheme reference pics – they didn’t even say which yellow they used.

For a great Horus tutorial by awesome painters looks here: However the other 2 FW Foegeworld Masterclass books I still read and find useful for a multitude of techniques. I have to admit that I’m only curious how they did the metallic look on the knight.

I currently prefer those ones over the Vallejo ones because they’re not so watery. Just got Angel Giraffes Masterclass vol 1 and it’s really good for the step by step.

The only difference is that they use forge world paints to pre-shade. Using Tamiya, Klear, airbrushes, and all mastercalss of other stuff that was not a GW product push was enlightening. The first two were awesome, but this masterclasss disappointing: Having read the comments, I’m glad that I’m not the only one feeling this way as I felt a little uneasy writing negatives about the book.