14th February 2020
Added paint ranges to the search.
Added paint ranges to the search.
Updated Formula P3 paint range to add 14 missing paints.
Added Turbo Dork paint range.
Added Secret Weapon Miniatures paint range.
You can now search for recipes!
Added Monument Pro Acryl paint range.
Improved the way paint ranges are loaded in the recipe editor to reduce overall page size.
Only paint ranges that have been added to the recipe will now be loaded. Adding a new paint range to a recipe will automatically load the paints into the recipe editor.
New recipes will start with any paint ranges in your inventory, the same ranges as in your last recipe or the three most popular paint ranges.
Added Foundry Paint System paint range.
Added Coat D'Arms paint range.
Added WarColours paint range.
Added ten new Vallejo paint ranges and updated the two that had already been imported.
Added Tamiya paint range.
Added Scalecolor paint range.
Added Reaper Master Series paint range.
You can now export your recipes as plain text, Markdown or HTML.
Added a print stylesheet so recipes can be printed out, or exported to PDF by browsers that have that feature.
Added Vallejo Game Color paint range.
Paint Pad has officially launched!
Added The Army Painter Warpaints paint range.
Improved the layout of the user dashboard recipe list.
Updated the Citadel paint range with new paints including the brand new Contrast range.
Added a new homepage ahead of full site launch later this month.
Added short URLs to recipes for easier sharing.
The recipe page has been redesigned to improve the look on small screens. Method and paints appear in seperate tabs.
These design changes are also fully reflected in the recipe editor live preview.
Painter profiles are now displayed at the bottom of each recipe so make sure your profile is up to date.
Launched the closed beta to allow people to sign up without requesting an invite.
Updated the site layout with a logo designed by Tom.
Finished the initial setup for progressive web app functionality. Add Paint Pad to your home screen to try it out!
The recipe editing interface has been improved, and the help page has been updated to reflect these changes.
Recipes can also now be marked as tutorials. Use this option when you've created a recipe that works as a step-by-step explanation rather than a set of notes.
You can now mark recipes as "work in progress" to show fellow painters that they should wait a bit before using a recipe that is still being worked out.
Recipe stars are here! Show your support to fellow painters by starring your favourite recipes.
You can also add all the paints you are missing from a recipe to your shopping list with a single click.
Each step in a recipe can now have an individual photo meaning you can now use Paint Pad to write detailed, step-by-step tutorials.
In addition to this, recipe pages now include a photo slideshow of full resolution images powered by PhotoSwipe.
Added a "paragraph" type to recipe steps. Can be used to add blocks of text to a recipe without displaying a step number next to it.
Added changelog page that details updates since launch.
Added paint inventory to keep track of the paints that you own.
The "Paints used in this recipe" list will now show what paints you have in stock and which you need to buy before you get started.
Added Formula P3 paint range.
Kicked off the closed alpha by letting people request an invite from the homepage.
Added Revell Enamel Color paint range.
You can now add descriptions and preview photos to recipes.
Added a painters page, as well as individual painter profiles and avatars.
Recipe viewing is here! You can now view recipes created by other painters.
Each recipe now shows who created it, so be sure to go and set up your username.
Rebuilt the recipe editor to improve usability and add a live preview.
Added the "Paints used in this recipe" list to recipe pages.
Paint Pad is now live at paintpad.app!