As well as the Khorne Kytan Daemon engine I’m currently working on quite a large Blood Angels army.
I’m counting myself lucky that both projects are quite similar in colour. The infantry models above are just a small part of the complete army. Painting such large armies really does require a lot of concentration and a certain level of enthusiasm to prevent getting painters burn out. I think for this army things are going to be pretty good as I dont often get to paint marines. Normally I always get asked to paint the bad guys. So its quite refreshing. What do you guys do to prevent painters burnout when painting? I normally listen to audio books or have films running in the background.
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