Bloodletters: Paint in Progress

I’m working on the last five Bloodletters I have for my second squad. Nothing special; just a tabletop paint job on these guys. As it stands, the skin is base coated, dry brushed and washed. That’s the longer part of the processĀ (not that it’s all that long), and the rest is quicker.

Pardon the slightly out of focus shot.

Bloodletters: WIP #1
Not sure when I’ll finish these guys up though. Life has thrown a wrench in the works and the tournament I was working on these guys for (at least in one of my list versions), I won’t be able to attend. Of course that means I’m not going to have much time to paint either, not for a little while. That also means it’s going to be pretty quiet here for a bit.

  • Looking nice, even at this early stage. How do you fill the slots in the bases with the models already on there?

    Bummer you can’t make the Standoff. Hope all is well.

    • It’s the fun it working in organic/fleshy things, they tend to look good with minimal work.

      I don’t fill it in. Once I get the sand, snow and ice in there you’d never know.

      There’s an ever so slim chance I can make it but nothing to hang my hat on. Things will be better soon but be a while. Thanks.

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    Very nice work, want to see the result: those long tongues need gore, and you know that! Logically I’m joking, nothing of compulsory!

    • Thank you.

      The tongues would be a good place for some gore, however I’ve finished them so it’s a bit late ;)

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