Next up is another batch of Kabalite Warrior, this time two Kabalites with Splinter Rifles and a Kabalite with Blaster. Painting has slowed down because of my job, which is eating up my spare time at the moment. At least Garfy will have a chance to catch up with with his Necrons now 😉 I hope to get this batch done at the weekend. I thought of adding a green glow effect to the nozzle of the Blaster, what do you think?
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I'd use the same jade green glow as I use for the eye lenses 🙂
I have undercoated Necrons on my desk. Watch this space!
Stil looking good Stahly.
Very much exactly making, great are looking
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Not sure about the green glow. Maybe if you mix a bit of the blue you are using from the eyes in? Otherwise it would be a lone spot color, might still work though. Stupid jobs. We should all just quit and start some kind of hippie painting commune…