Beravor PDF Painting Guide – Core Set Complete!

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Hi Dear Viewers!

Today I’d like to share a PDF guide for Beravor from The Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle-earth.

This is actually the last hero in the game for me to cover which means the entire Core Set is now complete!


I’ve really enjoyed working on the set (and playing through both campaigns), and found it quite an interesting exercise in how to make the most of a fairly limited selection of paints.  I found for example that by not just using a pre-mixed skin tone, I was freer to give each character a more unique complexion.

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I’ve also begun to deepen my appreciation for what a wide-ranging colour green is!

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Anyway, I hope you have enjoyed following along with the series and that you’ve taken from it whatever you like.  I’m certainly not done with the game however as I already have the Villains of Eriador primed and ready, and I look forward to whatever FFG might have in store for the game over the coming months and years…

Finally, I’ve had quite a few people ask about the availability of the music that I wrote for the series; my plan is to include it on a new album – most likely next year (2020) – once I’ve had a chance to properly mix the material and have it professionally mastered.

That’s all for this post; do watch out for a new “Coming Soon for Autumn” post in the next day or two, and as usual, if you’d like to help support my work, do please consider becoming a patron, as every little helps me to keep going!

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!

15 responses to Beravor PDF Painting Guide – Core Set Complete!

  1. Etienne BEUREUX says:

    Awe-inspiring work on the whole LotR JiME series, both in quality and time of execution. Looking forward to the Eriador villains. 🙂

    • Sorastro says:

      Thank you so much buddy! I couldn’t have done it without your kind support 🙂

  2. Christian Graser says:

    It was a pleasure to follow along that path – There and Back again 🙂 The results turned out wonderful and whilst I am only midway on this journey, I am already looking forward to the next adventures we will discover.

    • Sorastro says:

      Thank you Christian! That means so much to me 😃

  3. mike l'heureux says:

    The quality and creativity of your work is seriously outstanding. I always look forward to the next subject to be painted because it will always be great!

    • Sorastro says:

      Thanks so much Mike! I really appreciate that 🙂

  4. JB says:

    Hey, appreciate you have several projects ongoing but any update on the next LotR guide? 🙂

    • Sorastro says:

      Hi JB! Yes, I’ll be producing a PDF guide for Coalfang later this week. 😃

  5. JB says:

    Also, do you plan to continue this series and produce guides for the new expansion? Gandalf and the Balrog must be tempting to paint!

    • Sorastro says:

      Hi JB! Yes, I will absolutely be covering the next expansion. Can’t wait! 😁

  6. Rastislav Rutta says:

    Well its some time since this tutorial, but i like it. And i decided to paint my miniatures as well. I have already some colours combination in mind.

  7. Horse_on_steroids says:

    Music (and painting) is top notch. Waiting for the music release. It is absolutely stunning and perfect for everything I do

    • Sorastro says:

      Thank you so much! I’ll aim to get the next album done later this year.. 😀

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