This weekend I finished painting the final two models of my Kabalite Warrior squad. How do you like them?
The first squad of my Dark Eldar army (and as well of my Tale of Mega Painters project) ist complete! Looking at the whole squad in my display cabinet feels great and I really like how my paint scheme has worked out. Next on my paint station is a Raider, the first model to test my airbrush skills. Let’s see how this will turn out. Also stay tuned for painting tutorial for the Kabalite on the right, as well as for proper pictures of the whole unit.
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Indeed. Actually I used to paint only a single model for a long time before I finally started batch painting.
- Greg Sapara
- Greg Sapara
I'm very much looking forward to your tutorial; you've done an incredible job on these, and I will unapologetically steal your techniques!!!
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love it mate. as usual. amazing clean and complete paint jobs. just out of interest, ive noticed you limit yourself to 2-3 models at a time, is this to avoid batch painting boringness or what? cheers! H