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Metalhead Minis Commissioned Miniature Painting and Consignment was established in July of 2009. Over the years, what started out as one person just painting miniatures has become a full-fledged painting service for other companies and clients all over the world! Services include:
Product Demo: Scale 75 Inktensity Inks Set!
Here is a quick demo video I did of the Scale 75 Inktensity Inks.

I show how the colors look when painted on, how it dries alone and with anti shine additive.

**NOTE** do not paint anti shine additive alone (meaning: not mixed with paint) on a model. It will create a white film look (of course unless that's what you want lol). Badger's product flatitive will do the same thing by hand brushing.

There is also trial and error involved when using additive products so be sure to practice using them before adding them onto let's say, a competition piece or a piece that you really love and care about.

For the Inktensity inks- the ratio that I found worked so far of antishine to ink was 1 drop of anti shine, to 2 drops of ink in addition to adding a little water to thin it down a little when painting on the slaughterpriest's base.
Metalhead Minis Tutorial: Watercolor Look Bases Using inks!
Tuesday, 01/02/18 - Happy 2018!! There were some people who messaged me about doing a tutorial showing how I did the bases for Nestor's (Nessie Knows) Infinity Tohaa army. Read More...
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Unboxing and Demo, Green Stuff World, Chameleon Colorshift Metal Paints!
Thursday, 12/21/17 - In the mail today, I received the Green Stuff World colorshift metal paints! In this video, I show you the product and I try out using the paints a little with a brush. Read More...
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Metalhead Minis: Hobby Organization Ideas While at The Container Store!
Tuesday, 11/07/17 - Today, I was at The Container Store and saw a few cool things that we can use for hobby stuff, besides the obvious ideas of shelves and rolling carts. I decided to share my Container Store experience with you all. Read More...
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Metalhead Minis: At ReaperCon 2017
Tuesday, 10/31/17 - ReaperCon 2017 took place in Lewisville, Texas 10/19- 10/22. It was a great time. In this video, I had to end up trying something a little different in way of filming. Read More...
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Metalhead Minis: Talking About Frontline Games' New Basing System!
Saturday, 10/21/17 - At ReaperCon 2017, Frontline Games introduces their new basing system. There is your choice of 14 different basing materials and you can also purchase basing solution. The basing materials are well priced and there are good options. Be sure to check them out! Read More...
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Metalhead Minis: ReaperCon 2017 VIP Swag Bag!
Thursday, 10/19/17 - Did a Facebook Live video tonight to share with you all the goodies that is in the ReaperCon 2017 VIP Swagbag! Read More...
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Metalhead Minis: With Nessie Knows- Talk About Battlehaven and Painting Tohaa!
Friday, 10/13/17 - While at Battlehaven, I painted Nessie's Tohaa for him. We talk about the painting style that was used, why, and how it was done. Since the original visual video recorded laggy, we kept the audio and made this video into basically a 'pic heavy podcast' (Don't know if that is an actual term, but it sounds good.) Read More...
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Metalhead Minis: Scale 75 USA Tour!
Saturday, 10/07/17 - The new Scale 75 USA facility is ready for guests and we were asked to do a live tour to show you around! Located at 351 Bank Street, Suite 101, Southlake, TX. Read More...
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Metalhead Minis: Scale 75 Naughty Gears Kickstarter Unboxing!
Tuesday, 10/03/17 - Today, Alexia and I received our Scale 75 Kickstarter packages in the mail! We went live on the Metalhead Minis Twitch channel to show you what we got! Read More...
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Metalhead Minis: Innovative Terrain at Battlehaven!
Wednesday, 09/27/17 - This video was streamed live from Battlehaven 2017. Sorry for the resolution on basically the second half. We are in the mountains of Utah about 6,000 feet up so it affected livestreaming more than we expected. Read More...
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