Applying an overall protective coating of acrylic or polyurethane varnish to your completed Games Workshop models serves two functions. The most obvious is to enable the models to be handled without excessively wearing or chipping the paint. The other reason is to give the model an overall consistent appearance - generally to remove any unwanted shininess from inks or gloss varnish.
This can contains 400ml of varnish. Games Workshop Purity Seal has a semi-matt or satin finish that is very much like the natural sheen of the paint itself.
Due to airport regulations spray cans cannot be sold to customers outside the United Kingdom. All colours shown are approximate
1 Games Workshop Standard Brush
This acrylic paint, made by Vallejo, is designed for painting second world war and similar military paint schemes on miniature wargaming models. This paint bottle is one of the selected colours used by Battlefront Miniatures to make up their Flames Of War paint sets, although it is also ideal for Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 models, made by Games Workshop. Vallejo is a specialist acrylic paint company based in Spain who have been manufacturing paint for the hobby and wargaming markets since 1965.
The colors are supplied in 17ml plastic bottles with eyedropper.
Revell Contacta Professional is for pin-point accurate bonding. The extra-fine hollow needle allows for micro-fine glueing of tiny details and clear part edges.
This glue is the preferred choice for experienced hobbyists.
Quick Shade Dark Tone is the ultimate shading for metal colours as it uses black pigment instead of brown, creating a very fine black shading on your models. Dark Tone is also superb for models needing a sharp contrast such as tanks, robots, chaotic beings and knights.
This tin contains 250ml Army Painter Quick Shade Dark Tone
The Army Painter Wargamer Character Brush.
1 The Army Painter Wargamer Character Brush
This Citadel Base paint, made by Games Workshop, is designed to base coat miniatures very easily in order to give a matt finish with a single layer. It is a non-toxic, water-based acrylic paint designed for use on all types of miniature, including the Games Workshop range of miniatures manufactured for the Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer Fantasy Battle and Lord of the Rings games sytems.
The formula contains a new acrylic resin with properties until now impossible to obtain in a waterbased acrylic. The resistence, hardness and covering power of Model Air is superior to any know acrylic for airbrushing. The pigments used for airbrush colours need to be ground to the finest possible consistency to avoid obstruction of the airbrush valves. The revolutionary milling process of the pigments used in the Model Air formula gives the modelpainter technical assurance and finest texture when applying the colours to the model, and produces a very superior qualtity when applying the colours with a brush for misiscule details, for washes and transparencies and layered application of diluted glazes. Colours can be mixed with water,Model Air Thinner or Varnish, according to the effect desired, but we recommend the use of Model Air Thinner since this product conserves the properties of the colours. Model Air adheres excepcionally well to all surfaces. The adhesion of Model Air to resin models, plastic, steel and white metal is extraordinary. Once protected with varnish, (Gloss,Matte or Satin) Model Air can be overpainted with solvent based enamels or oilcolours: they withstand cleaning with turprntine and even a light wash with alcohol. The resistance to abrasion of the colours, once varnished is superior to any other waterbased acrylic. Model Air is presented in a 17ml. bottle with eyedropper. This packaging prevents the paint from evaporating and drying in the container.
Vallejo 60ml Airbrush Cleaner
The US Army is charging for the Rhine, the last physical barrier to the German heartland. Leading the march of the US First Army is Combat Command B of the 9th Armored Division. The Rhine has always been the objective, but no one expects the Germans to leave any of the bridges across the river intact.
On 7 March 1945, lead elements of Task Force Engeman discover that Remagen’s Ludendorff Bridge is still intact and Brigadier General Hoge instantly recognises that a decisive battle is upon his troops. He orders the bridge to be captured.
Meanwhile, Major Hans Scheller, commander of the German defenders, gives the order for the bridge to be demolished. As the first American soldiers set foot on the bridge, it explodes in a massive plume of smoke and debris. After the dust settles, everyone is stunned to find the bridge still stands. The fight for the industrial heartland of Germany is on!
Bridge at Remagen covers the decisive battles in the Ruhr, Germany’s industrial heartland and centre-stage for the last major fights between US and German forces in the Second World War. American players are presented with US armoured forces, including tank, light tank, armoured rifle, and cavalry companies. German players can field lots of powerful, heavy tanks as well as the fanatical infantry forces of SS-Panzerbrigade Westfalen.