I finished painting these two models for my Escher gang for Necromunda earlier this week, however I haven’t found the time to blog them earlier. The leader and the juve above are the ones that came in the Escher box set, so they are one of the more common Necromunda models. Something that deviates from my usual Escher paint scheme is the turquoise bandana of the leader. Usually I use turquoise very sparingly on my models, only for the gems and the eye shadow. But I thought a little spot of turquoise would make the leader stand out more. What do you think of the models? Only two more to go now!
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