Recently I upgraded my unit of Scourges to new 32 mm bases, so I took a few new pictures to mark the occasion.
It’s been a while since the Scourges kit was repacked with 32 instead of 25 mm bases. Makes a lot of sense to prevent them from being knocked over easily, as the models are quite top-heavy because of their wings.
The new Drukhari codex inspired me to update a few of my older Drukhari models. Actually, I didn’t remove the original bases but used 32mm base adapters, which I reviewed here. I also changed the colours of the rocks to the light sandstone I also use for the rubble on my Iybraesil bases and on my Wyldwood trees.
Here are the original models, painted over 8 years ago. I assembled them pretty much straight out of the box, though I got some spare wings so I could have a unit with a cohesive style of wings.
Hope you liked this glimpse in the past. Let me know in the comments below and make sure to leave a reaction!
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