How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Dwarfs

How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Dwarfs

By Games Workshop

  • Release Date : 2014-02-15
  • Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
  • FIle Size : 264.77 MB


How to Paint Citadel Miniatures: Dwarfs 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.


  • Not really worth it.

    By Crusader711
    I have been playing dwarves for about 7 years and I am always looking for new tips for painting. With the release of the new army book and miniatures I decided to pick this up in hopes of gaining some insight on painting the new stuff and hoping to see examples of troops from the different holds. Unfortunately it really doesn't contain any of that. All it basically is, is a series of pictures that show you what colors they used and the order in which they applied them. There is nothing on any of the techniques used. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with them. I know what they are because I have been painting miniatures for over a decade but newer players may not, and that is perhaps the biggest flaw, but sadly not its only one. Additionally they only cover the studio armies color scheme which is that of Zhufbar. The only other hold which you could say is represented is Karak Eight Peaks, because Belegar is in this, no other holds are represented. My final issue with this is the price. For $16 I expected much more from this. The Paint Splatter article in the White Dwarf issue from Feb. 15th on painting the Ironbreakers and Irondrakes not only covered painting the same color scheme in this, but also contained advice from the studio painter himself on the techniques he used. That only cost me $4 and gave me just as much information, if not more then this. I would not recommend this to any one and doubt I will buy and more specific "painting" guides in the future.