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  • Hello from Paepercuts

    Hello everybody!
    I just signed up for this forum, been reading stuff on it or some time, and browsing the store as i'm alwas looking for cool miniatures to collect. I started painting mini's again after a 20'ish year absence
    and found i really love this hobby still.
    I used to paint 1/72 scale napoleonic miniatures with thick layers of revell paint and also liked to collect WW2 mini's (Tamiya!)
    With the internet a whole new world opened for me as i never knew to use acrylics or washes etc.
    I am currently collecting WW2 stuff again, but also looked into fantasy warmgaming mini's.

    I consider myself a beginner with a lot of ideas and things i want to learn in this hobby, but with my job (i am a chef at a restaurant) i sometimes struggle to find time to hobby.
    I hope i can learn new things on this forum from you all and hope to post some of my work here to get some feedback on what to improve. Here is some of my work:

    I mostly make fantasy stuff atm because it gives me more freedom to experiment with colors and learn new techniques but will go back to my Prussian batallions and Tiger tanks in the future i hope.

    I also have a youtube
    channel :

    Anyways thanks for reading my long ramble have a great day!

  • #2
    Welcome to the forum this place is a great place to start your painting again!!


    • #3
      welcome to Wamp, liking your stuff mate
      Shop at the Wampstore


      • #4
        Welcome to the wampness ! Napoleonics, WW2 - that takes me back. There are some on here that will tell you I based my painting of Napoleonics on first hand knowledge...
        "I lOVE your attitude Wag - painting for the hell of it, because you want to - one of the best things I did was invite you over here as to me you invoke the wamp spirit perfectly." - thankyou DL !

        "'ve done things with Blood Bowl Orcs that I wouldn't have thought possible. Certainly wouldn't have thought they were sensible!..." - Lobo, Iron Painter 8 competition


        • #5
          Welcome to wamp

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