Dragged into Turbolasers

Episode 78: Chatting with Witchhammer Studio about converting and Inq28

October 22, 2020 Adam Wier, Eric Wier, Gregory Wier
Dragged into Turbolasers
Episode 78: Chatting with Witchhammer Studio about converting and Inq28
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Dragged into Turbolasers
Episode 78: Chatting with Witchhammer Studio about converting and Inq28
Oct 22, 2020
Adam Wier, Eric Wier, Gregory Wier

In this episode we have the privilege of talking with Jonny Lashley, a fantastic tattoo artist who creates some of the most stunning and dark Warhammer miniatures under the name Witchhammer Studio. We talk with him at length about his creation process, and how his experience as a tattoo artist has influenced it. We discuss a wide array of different inspirations that he taps into when creating and painting models. Despite not playing Games Workshop games extensively and being more focused on the hobby elements, we talk about how his involvement in various Inq28 events at Adepticon has spurred him into new creative ventures, like building gaming boards for the postponed Relicta Stellas event. We also get to hear his thoughts about the importance of making strong and impactful bases for the models he creates. Finally, we discuss some of his favorite hobby tools, particularly a Dremel rotary tool, and some of the types of paints he enjoys working with.

Follow Witchhammer Studio’s Hobby Instagram account.

And his art/tattoo account.

And visit his website.

The Dremel Flex Shaft Rotary Tool that was recommended in the episode.

Show Notes

In this episode we have the privilege of talking with Jonny Lashley, a fantastic tattoo artist who creates some of the most stunning and dark Warhammer miniatures under the name Witchhammer Studio. We talk with him at length about his creation process, and how his experience as a tattoo artist has influenced it. We discuss a wide array of different inspirations that he taps into when creating and painting models. Despite not playing Games Workshop games extensively and being more focused on the hobby elements, we talk about how his involvement in various Inq28 events at Adepticon has spurred him into new creative ventures, like building gaming boards for the postponed Relicta Stellas event. We also get to hear his thoughts about the importance of making strong and impactful bases for the models he creates. Finally, we discuss some of his favorite hobby tools, particularly a Dremel rotary tool, and some of the types of paints he enjoys working with.

Follow Witchhammer Studio’s Hobby Instagram account.

And his art/tattoo account.

And visit his website.

The Dremel Flex Shaft Rotary Tool that was recommended in the episode.