So yeah, this is it. After some weeks of painting, this big beastie is finally done (except for a healthy dose of varnish). As always with big models, they don’t sport my best painting – I can handle smaller models better which allow me a better brush control. And when I look at it, I feel the skin is too flat and pale, which, when I look back, is probably a problem through all my Skaven models. If I would start anew, I would definately paint my Skaven with some more vivid colours. But too late now, and when lined up alltogether, they don’t look half bad.
I will take better pictures once the Abomination is varnished, probably sometimes later next week. Until then, what do you think of the model as it is finished now?
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