Gloomhaven Painting Guide: Spellweaver

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Hi Dear Viewers!

I’d like to share with you the next PDF guide in the Gloomhaven series which is for the Spelleweaver, and which you can download here!

Spell Weaver Complete 2-3

I feel that the Spellweaver is deceptively simple to paint, provided you make full use of some zenithal highlights, keep the paints well thinned, and restrict the colour palette.

I hope you find the guide useful, and have a great weekend!

Happy Painting!


PS I’d like to thank my kind patrons on Patreon for funding these guides, and I’d also like to share an affiliate link to the Rosemary & Co Series 8 and Series 33 brushes that I love to use (sizes 1 or 2 – “Short handle”), and here’s an affiliate link to Element Games where I buy most of my other hobby supplies.  Thank you!

1 responses to Gloomhaven Painting Guide: Spellweaver

  1. Peter says:

    Thank you so much for sharing!

    One question for you: In this tutorial, you use primer and watered-down paint as a way of showing light and shadow on the Spellweaver. However, in another tutorial, for KD:M’s White Lion, you used the primer only as a guide; after priming, you painted the lion with a color gradient and covered the primer entirely. Why the difference in approaches? Is one better than the other?

    Again, thank you for your tutorials. My wife and I are just about to purchase Gloomhaven, and I am extremely excited about getting into miniature painting.

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