Hi guys, here at Talk Wargaming we're looking for an experienced figure painter to join our team and help us create detailed and exceptional painting guides.

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The person we're looking for will be able to paint figures (that we provide) to a very high tabletop standard utilizing simple accessible techniques that our readers can follow. Each miniature will be painted in a step by step fashion with clear and detailed information including high quality non blurry images.

In short we buy the figures, we send them to you (or get them delivered to you), you paint them and take some notes with clear step by step images - either write the tutorial direct on our blog backend (ooer) or shoot the images and write up over to me and I'll demonstrate my lack of editing skills whilst somehow bodging together a readable tutorial. The figures of course are yours to do as you please - sell them, store them, give them to charity, line them up in the garden and shoot them (oh now there's an idea).

If you're interested and feel you have the skills necessary to write exceptional and knowledgeable guides please let me know as soon as possible via email here or the contact form at the bottom of every page.

The chosen applicant will be provided miniatures to paint.

Thanks for reading!


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