So I did some work on the first batch of three Blood Angels. I’m following my own tutorial to the letter (btw a great way to remember your paint schemes). Painting the red armour actually took longer than expected. I guess jump packs add a significant amount of bulk to a model that needs to be painted. Also you can see there are lots of bolts on the models, which all needed to be painstakingly shaded, one by one. And don’t get me started how many layers of yellow I needed for the knee guards… However, I can now proceed painting all the details. Looking forward to the finished results!
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