How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Dwarfs by Games Workshop

How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Dwarfs

By Games Workshop

  • Release Date: 2014-02-15
  • Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
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Shining armour, intricate runes and flowing beards are all hallmarks of the Dwarf race. Their mastery over metals means that their armour and weapons are often the finest in the Old World, their craftsmanship far beyond the ability of Man. There are few sights on the tabletop as inspiring as ranks of armoured Dwarfs advancing on their foes.

About this Edition:
How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Dwarfs presents a collection of detailed painting guides for the Dwarf army. Included in these guides are: Hammerers, Longbeards, Belagar – King of Karak Eight Peaks, Dwarf Dragon Slayer and the Gyrocopter.


  • Sub-standard examples

    By Mallistone
    How to paint dwarfs is a mixed bag really - there are both positives and negatives to describe here. On the plus side, the examples are broken down into a good amount of steps, with stage by stage examples of each step described. On the downside however, these examples are of noticeably inferior quality to the 'Eavy metal painted models shown in White Dwarf. There are plenty of brush strokes visible and even a fair amount of sloppy painting on display. The examples often show mistakes where paint has gone over the wrong area, such as with the Dragon Slayer model where the pink paint for his foot has spilled over onto the grey stone he is standing on. This error is quite obvious but is one of many that whoever painted these models simply didn't bother to correct. Other errors include paint not having enough coats applied and still leaving the black primer visible in streaks through the colour applied, such as on the base rims of many models and the dragon slayers beard. Also worth pointing out is that this guide only covers the new models released in February 2014 and does not cover the older core units which will make up the bulk of your Dwarf army - Dwarf Warriors and Thunderers are not featured in this guide. Overall this guide gives off the impression of being rushed with the sloppy paint skills on display. Given the price of £9.99 I am left feeling disappointed.