The perfect introduction to the hobby of collecting, building and painting Citadel miniatures, this set gives the beginner everything needed to put together and paint your Warhammer 40,000 models – it’s ideal for the contents of the Know No Fear and First Strike boxes, as well as the miniatures from our Easy To Build range!
Warhammer Age of Sigmar Paints & Tools Set
Containing everything you need to get your miniatures clipped from their sprues, cleaned up and painted, this is the perfect set for those new to Warhammer Age of Sigmar. It includes clippers, a mouldline remover, ideal paints for miniatures of both factions and a starter brush:
Our clippers have been specifically designed to clip plastic component parts from the frame. This precision tool can access even the most awkward parts of the plastic frame, making the clipping process quick and easy.
The mouldline remover tool is used to remove mouldlines from Citadel plastic miniatures. Just draw the tool along the mouldlines to easily scrape them away and prepare your miniatures for undercoating.
Along with these tools, the set includes a starter brush and 13 12ml pots of Citadel paint:
Building and painting models is a fun and exciting way to engage with the hobby, and it only gets more rewarding with time. You’ll need a few tools and a set of paints to get started, and this box includes the basics that will form the core of your hobby kit.
Looking for a way to safely store and transport your Citadel paints and brushes? Look no further – we have just the thing. This hard-wearing plastic box features 2 racks that each securely hold 21 pots of Citadel paint, with space for a further 28 in the bottom. It fits perfectly into one of our Figure Cases and, when not in transport, these boxes stack, making them an ideal storage solution for even the biggest paint collections!
Create your ultimate hobby space with these Citadel Paint Racks. 2 are included, each able to hold 21 pots of Citadel paints. With the optional plastic legs snapped into place, they stand at a slight angle, allowing you to see exactly which paints are where on your rack, and they feature holes and fittings at the back for securing them to the walls of your hobby space.