The second batch of the Thorns of the Briar Queen. Bases are complete, and I did most of the basecoats and shading. A couple of highlights is all that is needed to get them finished. I have a bit of a hard time to find some hobby time at the moment because of various real-life obligations, which is why my painting is so slow, despite the Thorns’ “easy” paint scheme of zenithal airbrush highlighting then adding some details, mostly with Contrast paints. Nevertheless, I’m looking forward to have these completed, I really love the Nighthaunt range.
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