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Links that support the "craft" part of the hobby. Links here include those related to painting, model building, terrain making, scratch building and other "crafty" things.

    Link   Who?   Description
    www.codezilla.at/produkte/
cz_tarn/cz_tmgenerator.php
  Camo Generator   If you want to try out the look of different camo schemes, this page offers a Flash tool that lets you switch between colours on a 3-colour camo pattern.
    www.hannants.co.uk/       Hannants hobbies have some excellent decals and plastic kits which make wonderful playing aides and scratchbuilding accessories. And of course, the decals look good on your vehicles.
    www.paintingclinic.com/
clinic/drybrush.htm
  Drybrushing Clinic   I don't know about anyone else, but I find drybrushing to be a pox. I like the effects it creates when I see Adrian's wonderful work, but I myself have no luck with it. So I started hunting around the net for advice to try to figure out what I was doing wrong and this site was part of that answer. Drybrushing is an important skill to master as a model painter (and if you are good, you can produce nice looking results in a very short period of time.... like that &%$#!!! Adrian.... :)
    www.paintingclinic.com/
clinic/clinic.htm
  Dr. Faust's Painting Clinic   A link that gives a goodly number of pointers about a range of painting subjects. If you plan to paint any figures or vehicles for your stargrunt games, this site is a good spot to take a look at.
    members.aol.com/drdresch/
start.htm
  David's Painting Page   The author is a skilled painter and his site shares some useful suggestions and has a number of really nice pictures of the finished product. Only one warning: It is rather graphic heavy and perhaps a bit cluttered visually.
    www.faqs.org/faqs/games/
miniatures/painting-faq/
  Miniatures Painting FAQ   This is a fairly extensive FAQ that contains a lot of useful information for the veteran painter or for the newbie novice painter. Well worth a read even if you think you know which end of a paintbrush is used to apply the paint....
    directory.google.com/Top/
Games/Miniatures/Painting/
  Google Web Directory for Mini Painting   A very impressive launchpoint to painting resources. It links to a lot of very neat web pages (and if you understand how Google works, you'll understand why this directory contains a lot of good links). Even has links to painting SERVICES for those among us who can't be bothered, don't have time, have two left hands, etc.
    www.gamesgroove.com/
features/easy_minis.htm
  Mini Painting for the "Artistically Challenged"   This site was written specifically for those who have the general feeling they can't paint - perhaps have tried and not been too pleased with the results.
    www.karoath.com/pages/
minitips.html
  Karoath's Painting Tips   Small site, but with some really keen painting tips for doing eyes and painting wood, both of which can prove to be more than a slight challenge!



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