Making it much, much easier to hold your miniatures securely while painting them, allowing you to find the perfect angle with which to access the fiddly bits while avoiding the inevitable hand cramps that come when holding a base for a long time.
Perfect for precision modelling and conversion, designed to cut through resin and plastic quickly, cleanly and efficiently, the Citadel Saw is for those hobbyists wishing to take their miniatures to the next level. Made from steel and aluminium, its designed with safety in mind shaped so it wont roll across the table.
Some of our models feature some rather small components, which can prove tricky to glue into place by hand.
Used to remove small piece of plastic or resin left over when clipping components from their sprues and to cut transfers from their sheets, the Citadel Knife is an invaluable tool in the arsenal of every hobbyist.
Ever had a disaster befall one of your miniatures when far from home? Perhaps your clumsy opponent knocked your Wraithknight over, or an enthusiastic dice roll snapped off your Dunecrawlers antennae
Citadel Super Glue is specifically designed for the assembly of metal and resin Citadel and Forge World miniatures. This glue is supplied in five 0.5g aluminium tubes, to be used as needed.
Files are used to remove the small imperfections that may be created when you cut the model from it’s frame. This set contains two files; one rough and one fine. Both are half round in shape and feature a fine point, enabling you to file down and polish your miniature to a perfect finish.
From the very first clip, building a brand new Citadel miniature is a fantastically rewarding experience, and using the right tools for the job ensures you can prepare and assemble your models with ease.
The mouldline remover tool is used to remove mould lines from Games Workshop miniatures. Just draw the tool along the mould lines to easily scrape them away and prepare your miniatures for undercoating.
The Citadel sculpting tool set contains three tools which are designed to be used with green stuff to customise your miniatures. The nylon spade shaped tool is perfect for applying textured paint and Liquid Green Stuff, while the stainless steel spear end and angled needlepoint tools are great for creating hair and chainmail.
The Citadel Cutting Mat provides a durable surface for you to use your Citadel Knife on. It is a 'self-healing' cutting mat, meaning any cuts will close up afterwards.
Designed specifically for assembling plastic Citadel miniatures, Citadel Plastic Glue comes in a bottle with a handy applicator nozzle, making it as easy as possible to put your models together.
Green Stuff is a two-part modelling putty that is useful for filling in gaps on models and sculpting additional details.
Many gamers use static grass to base their models. Simply paint the base of the model and when the paint is dry paint a layer of PVA glue over the base and put the top of the base in some grass for a few seconds. Take it out and tap the base to get rid of any excess static grass.
Many gamers base their models with the same colour as their gaming table. Modelling sand can used to make bases representing deserts. This looks very good for Khemri armies and those fighting on desert planets in Warhammer 40,000. Simply paint the base brown and when dry paint PVA glue over it and dip the top in some modelling sand.
Many gamers use modelling snow to base their models. Simply paint the base of the model and when the paint is dry paint a layer of PVA glue over the base and put the top of the base in some snow for a few seconds. Take it out and tap the base to get rid of any excess snow.
Middenland Grass is renowned for being lush and verdant, and when your Warhammer armies march across it, a few choice tufts on their bases will really help to set the scene. Each sheet is 210 x 148 mm in size (or 8.3 x 5.8 inches if you prefer Imperial measurements), and holds 200 individual grass tufts of varying sizes, ranging from large patches of...
The Citadel Palette Pad contains 20 disposable painting palettes. The plastic paper pages that form each palette are bound together on one edge. Once you have finished using a palette simply tear it out of the pad and pop it in the bin. No more washing!
Fed up with having to constantly pack up your painting area? Can’t keep track of all your paints and tools? The Citadel Project Box is just the thing you need. A combined storage box and workspace, it will keep all your modelling equipment in one handy place that is easy to store.