Update on my Sepulchral Guard. After completing the test model, I’m working on a batch of three models, including the Sepulchral Warden. So far I’ve laid down most of the basecoats and finished the bone, leather and purple cloth. These models are very fun to paint, though there are a lot of thin pieces that are prone to breaking. The shield arm of one of the Petitioners has already snapped half-way, hope it won’t break off completely.
Stay tuned for future updates!
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Don't think there will be more weathering than the rust and verdigris on the metal, I'm afraid 😀
Looks great! Yeah, skellingtons are tricky when it comes to fiddly bits. Be glad you haven't tried to assemble the Wargames Factory skellies!
These are really great.
Please, I would love a tutorial on all the paints/colours that you use!
…don't make me beg… 😀
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Nice start can;t wait to see how you weather them!