How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Tyranids

How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Tyranids

By Games Workshop

  • Release Date : 2014-01-11
  • Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
  • FIle Size : 187.77 MB
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Description

How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Tyranids With wetly shining carapace and dripping fangs of bone and cartilage, Tyranid bio-creatures are birthed from the womb of the Hive Mind with a single purpose: to feed upon the galaxy until there is nothing left. Bulging venom sacks, ghastly living weapons and thick armoured hides are all distinctive features of the Tyranids, every inch of them having been grown from the digested remains of devoured worlds and sent forth into the void to devour more.

Tyranids come in all manner colours and patterns, each hive fleet having its own distinctive colourations with an endless variety of splinter fleets. How to paint Citadel Miniatures: Tyranids presents a series of comprehensive step-by-step painting guides for your Tyranid army in the colour schemes of Hive Fleet Kraken and Behemoth. In this guide you will find tutorials covering a variety of models from the Tyranid miniatures range including: Hormagaunts, Termagants, Tyranid Warriors, Tyrant Guard, Haruspex and Gargoyles.

Reviews

  • Far too short

    2
    By Captain Kaiden
    The quality is great as always but there is so little substance on offer here, would not recommend spending £10 on it.
  • Very useful but why not include leviathan colours?

    4
    By Sakura0
    I'm a bit of a perfectionist so if I'm going to pick a well known paint scheme I'm going to paint it properly. To that end the detail in this book for the kraken and behemoth fleet colours is superb, the techniques are easy to follow (I'll finally be able to paint realist texture on wings) and the inclusion of which paintbrush to use for each layer/paint is a nice touch for beginner/novices. My biggest gripe is the fact that while the space marine paint guide details every major paint scheme the Tyranids guide lacks the same detail. There is no break down for the leviathan's colour scheme, I must point out however that there are pictures for most models showing them with leviathan colours but unless you are a genius you have no way of deciphering the colours used and in what order. So, games workshop any chance of an addendum with the leviathan colours please, thanks.

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