First four Thorns of the Briar Queen done. Fun little models with a lot of character each. Lots of people ask me about my recipe for the purple/white of the ectoplasm bodies, it’s a zenithal highlight of Corax White over a basecoat of puple, then drybrushed and highlighted with white. I guess I have to do a tutorial soon, what do you think?
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