Do you ever have a project that you have to grind through to complete? I’m at that stage with my Slaves to Darkness. These Chaos Knights are incredibly detailed. They’re amazing sculpts and I think they’re awesome but all the sculpting needs to be painted and when each model has the level of detail of a mounted character these are slow to paint. I have a total of ten to get through and I’m almost finished number three (minus the bases). Painting these one at a time might be a little slower than a batch paint but I do get ten regular little completion buzzes to help keep me motivated.
- Marcin B.
Great job! And g grat models, but… Assembling them is really pain. Can you tell me how do you paint the behind the shields? Is really sad that raider can't be glued after painting 🙁
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that bloody-red collor is fantastic! What is it? tear-flesh-red contrast or blood-for-blood-god techn. collor? Could you also prepare some tutorial? I would like to learn and see more details about your work.
Thank you very much.