After I’ve finished the Solarite lately, I proceed now to the regular Scourges. As you can see, the squad is going to be armed with haywire blasters. Things move a bit faster now, even though the left one already ate up a lot of painting time already because of his bare arms and feet. However the skin looks really nice, it’s hard to see on the picture because of the light and pale shades I used. Wings will be painted seperately for the ease of painting. What do you think? I really enjoy painting those models because of their dynamic poses.
Next week there will be no painting sadly, as I’m off for a business trip, so please hold out for a while for more Dark Eldar goodness 😉
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