TWG: Painting Ogroid Thaumaturges & Gaunt Summoners


Today I share with you two tutorials on how to paint Silver Tower adversaries: The Ogroid Thaumaturge & Gaunt Summoner.

Not painting your Silver Tower miniatures should be considered a criminal act. Especially when you consider just how great they look. However, if you have been struggling with painting your Warhammer Quest adversaries then hopefully I can help. My painting tutorials will guide you from start to finish. Showing you how to replicate the Games Workshops studio scheme as closely as possible using the citadel range of paints.

How To Paint Warhammer Quest Ogroid Thaumaturge

How To Paint Warhammer Quest Gaunt Summoner

Thanks for watching.

  • ZeeLobby

    I’m liking this style.

    • benn grimm

      At this size you really need to combine both anyway, airbrush for fades and large areas, paintbrush for details. Unless you can paint gems and eyes with an airbrush at 28mm scale, in which case you should probably work for God…. 😉

      • ZeeLobby

        Yeah. I mean you always have to touch up by hand. I just really like hand-painted transitions sometimes. It makes the surfaces look more natural and imperfect (especially for cloth). That’s the dilemma i’m having. Sure I could airbrush all the uniforms for my genestealer pimp guard, but it has a tendency to look fake unless you go back and add some imperfections.

        • benn grimm

          I know what you mean, it’s definitely a taste thing and works best for things like lighting effects etc.

          • ZeeLobby

            Yeah. I just haven’t decided if I it’s my taste or not, even if though I own one.

    • Emperor’s Champion

      i managed to get mine done without an airbrush. glazed gradients always work
      and tbh these two character models you’d want to take your time with especially the thaumaturge

      • ZeeLobby

        yeah. I guess I’d want to hand paint the leaders and airbrush the grunts. I’m just worried that the styles will clash when put next to each other.