Guy continues his Plunder Basics series with a short video on painting powder burn marks around cannon gun ports on ships. https://youtu.be/4vrjWfu8wGs Enjoy! You can check out his growing playlist of Plunder Basics videos here.
We have another video up on our YouTube channel. This is a hobby video looking at painting the Stone Tower Fort. https://youtu.be/YVdkuAE7OMc I kind of panicked with how dark the black wash looked halfway through the video but it dried just fine.
By Joseph Forster With the new Later North American Tribes factions already on the Force Builder, I've been wanting to get these Braves models painted so I can try the new factions! I recently finished up 3 sets of the Braves models and I just wanted to share a couple pictures. I kept my first … Continue reading Completed Braves
Here's a simple guide for building a longboat with a fore-and-aft rig. https://youtu.be/FUO4eNN0q6o
How I Stopped Making Horrible Messes and Learned to Love the Render PowderI've been working on a lot of 4Ground terrain lately and I wanted to share some technique and tips that I've picked up along the way. Much of the Ports of Plunder line of product comes with a "Render Powder" that has to … Continue reading 4Ground Render Powder
Ships are huge part of Blood & Plunder but they can be an intimidating hobby project, especially if you're new to miniature gaming or don't have a lot of painting experience. With resin hulls and wood and elastic rigging pieces, they aren't your standard Games Workshop gaming miniature. This painting guide is my attempt at … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Painting and Rigging a Bark
By Guy Rheuark Ships are one of the most striking things about Blood & Plunder. Being able to play out an epic duel between two captains, brought to life on a tabletop, is one of the things that brings people into this hobby and this game. The ships serve the purpose of a grand centerpiece … Continue reading How to Paint and Rig a Sloop
Like so many painters, I've been experimenting with GW's Contrast line of paints over the past several months. I've had mixed results and I've seen a wide variety of results out there in the hobby world. I have a lot to learn about how to use these new paints but I've got to a point … Continue reading Indian Fighters – Contrast vs Standard Paints
I've been working away on my 6th Rate Frigate for a couple months now and I finally got it finished (almost). It was a big project but noticeably less work than the mighty Galleon. Here's some pictures of the finished ship along with a few tips and things I learned while making it.It's a beautiful … Continue reading Completed 6th Rate Frigate
With my 6th Rate Frigate finished I can apart getting some of the newest models painted up. The models from the latest batch of Firestarters are awesome/ great dynamic poses, distinctive style to their gear and dress and fine detail for painting. In an effort to get models painted and to the table, I've been … Continue reading Completed Indian Fighters