You can choose between four painting levels and of course mix them if you want. This section distinguishes available features for each painting level.
(f.e. Tactical Space Marine, Stormguard)
(f.e. Terminators, Trollblood Warders)
(f.e. Eldar Jetbikes, Menoth Venders)
|Small Monsters or Vehicles
(f.e. Dreadnought, Ironclad)
(f.e. Space Marine Captain, Warmachine Warcaster)
|Large Monsters or Vehicles
(f.e. Land Rider, Sylvaneth Treelord)
(f.e. Bloodthirster, Mountain King)
This is only example of pricing for miniatures. We’ll create detailed pricing for your order when you send us your order details.
You can request a quote HERE.
Painting quality comparison
|Assembling & Cleaning||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Basic front arcs||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
* – anything that doesn’t include sculpting
** – Object-Source Lighting a.k.a glowing parts and objects
*** – anything that is more advanced than single line for example a gradient. If you mix painting levels we’ll paint advanced front arcs on ALL models.
It’s painting level designed to give your minis as much value as possible in limited time or budget.
It’s perfect solution for big units of line infantry. However, if you decide to paint whole army this way it will still impressive on the gaming table.
Your miniatures will get rich colors and the most important details painted, as we’ll as proper assembling and basing.
It’s our default painting level. We paint most of our miniatures this way. In our experience it gives you great balance between cost an quality.
Elite units or large models will look awesome on this level. It’s the strongest choice for most miniatures.
We’ll take care of all details as well as special effects like weathering or glowing parts.
If you want to have something really fancy in you army it’s the way to go. We’ll take great care to crate centerpieces for your force.
You favorites models, commanders or huge models are the best for this type of work. Display painting will draw attention on the most important models in you army and make them one of a kind.
We’ll use simple freehands and scenic bases to make most of your display models.
If you have any questions please let us know.