Zenithal Dry Brushing to “SlapChop” Paint Miniatures

Want to paint your miniature army fast without sacrificing quality? Speed painting miniatures is something I’ve used in competition, as well as in some commission miniature paint jobs I’ve done. When you want to reach tabletop quality miniature paint jobs, getting your models battle-ready for example, then the slap chop approach using a zenithal underpainting is a great solution.

In this article, I’ll explain the concept of zenithal dry brushing and how it can help you reach that tabletop or even competition level miniature quality in a fraction of the time. We will also dive into the slap chop approach to see how this technique works and what materials are required. So let’s start our journey!

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