Here they are: proper shots of my Hell Pit Abomination. Enjoy! I guess most of you guys watched the creation of this model in the last couple of weeks. So click “more after the jump” and have a closer look at this huge piece of Skaven madness.
As I’ve mentioned several times before, I often have a hard time painting big models. The bigger the model, the more difficult it becomes to rest my hands while painting which results in less brush control and less accurate highlights. Thus I’m not 100% satisfied with the quality of the paintjob, but yeah, it took long enough and I’m glad I’ve now finished all the big models of my Skaven army.
Despite my criticism, how do you like it? I’d love to read your comments!
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