Further progress on the Banshees. Black areas and swords are done. Left to do are the purple bracelets, the details on the sword, base and a lot of mistakes that need to be corrected. And I mean a lot. A little hint: Don’t use Citadel Washes for Blacklining, use Inks or a mix of ink and paint. It’s very difficult to get even lines and this drags the overall look of the models down. I should have planned my palette better, but Devlan Mud makes such a nice colour…
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