Next up on my painting station is another Wave Serpent. I already painted one for my Iybraesil collection, now there’ll be a second one for my Dire Avengers. Like the first one, I upgraded the model with Type II parts from Forge World. For the armament I chose Shuriken Cannons, as I thought it would be a nice theme for the Dire Avengers. So far, I did all the basecoating and airbrushing. Hope to finish this model over the festive days. What do you think?
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This is an amazing piece of art (especially the end result!), I'm going to try my hand at a similar colour thankyou for the inspiration!
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Love the subtle blends, that's the power of an airbrush. Exactly the look I expect for Eldar fits the aesthetic well.