Paints and Equipment

Everything about painting for hobby, tabletop and board games. Here you will find a wide range of primer sprays, acrylic and oil paints, washes and shades, effect colours, brushes and accessories from Games Workshop, Vallejo, Army Painter, AK-Interactive, Green Stuff World and other manufacturers.

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Chaos Black Spray
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Chaos Black Spray
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36,25 € per 1 l
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266,67 € per 1 l
Wraithbone Spray 400ml
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Wraithbone Spray 400ml
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31,00 € per 1 l
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Abaddon Black
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266,67 € per 1 l
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Color Primer Matt Black
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Everything about painting for tabletop and board games. Here you will find a wide range of primer spray, acrylic and oil paints, brushes and accessories from Games Workshop, Vallejo, Army Painter, AK-Interactive, Green Stuff World and other manufacturers.

Order and variety
Modular shelving and storage systems let you keep track of your collection of paints, minis and brushes. They fit together seamlessly and come with drawers, display case pieces and paint holders for both Games Workshop Citadel Paint Pots and 17ml Dropper Bottles.

With pedestals you can effectively present your minis, dioramas and terrain pieces - whether at exhibitions, for photos or your favorite pieces in the showcase.

The basics – what do I absolutely need?
Here you will find brushes in all sizes and shapes from Games Workshop, The Army Painter, Department 502, AK-Interactive, DaVinci and Green Stuff World. These are available as synthetic hair brushes as well as natural hair brushes. The manufacturers mentioned have specialized in tabletop and miniature painting and offer you everything you need for your hobby, from the finest eye brushes to the terrain drybrush.
Synthetic brushes are the better choice for all effect, metal and contrast colors (Games Workshop) or speed paints (Army Painter), as these color types can damage sensitive natural hair. To give your brushes a longer service life, there are various care products, from brush soap to brush restorer liquid.

Games Workshop paints and those of many other manufacturers are acrylic based, Department 502 paints and some effect paints/washes are oil, alcohol or enamel based. No matter which colors you prefer, you will also find the right thinners and cleaners to keep your most important tools, including your airbrush, in the best condition in our online shop.

Prepping your miniatures and terrain pieces with primer spray is also an important step. There are several approaches, but canned primer spray creates an abrasion-resistant layer of paint that prepares the surface for subsequent painting. All the details of your miniature are optimally preserved.

It is important here to observe the manufacturer's processing instructions - at least both the spray and the miniature should be at room temperature. Shake the spray for about 1 minute before use so that the pigments are evenly distributed. The ambient air also plays a major role; a spray primer behaves differently in cold, foggy weather than it does in hot, sunny weather. So if you want to prime outside, you should first test the distance from the spray head to the miniature (usually about 30 cm) and the number of thin layers you apply on an extra miniature or a piece of sprue.

Pigments and texture colors
Sometimes it just needs to be a touch more realistic? Then our pigments are something for you! These come in every imaginable color to simulate dirt, dust and debris on your bases (and minis!). These are available in powder form (a pigment binder is required for this) as well as in liquid form. Some sets offer you coordinated pigments in different shades.

Apply the pigments either dissolved in fixer (results in a "muddy" effect on curb tracks, etc.), or dab the pigments on first and then apply the fixer generously to the surface with a suitable brush (e.g. the shade brush from Games Workshop). pigmented areas. This then gives a "dusty" effect, as one would expect from dry soils (desert, Mars, dry riverbeds).

Just as popular but easier to use are texture pastes in different colors, with which you can place your minis on bases that represent volcanic rock, desert sand or mud in no time at all.
To do this, apply the selected texture color (e.g. with the Medium Texture Spreader from Games Workshop) to the base of your miniature - you can either spread the paste evenly or arrange it in dunes or hills to simulate different environments. After drying, these can also be painted further (e.g. shades/washes or highlights/dry brushes) and finally decorated with tufts of grass or paper plants.

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