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I was tidying up some of the many areas I have models stored in the house and I came across a box of primed wargaming models.

 

So I selected a few and decided to paint them, these will either be used for Frostgrave or other games.

 

There are 14 in total some with black undercoat, some white and some cream.

 

I will try and post updates as I got through them, hopefully I will progress a few at a time but may end up finishing one at a time.

 

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Thanks for looking.

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Some more progress on another single model this week.

 

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Once again building up the coats of paint and highlights. I have the skin and the red cloth to update and this one is done as well. I forgot how detailed some of the bones models are. But loving the challenge as always.

 

Comments welcome.

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Looks good!

 

Her left eye ( real left) needs a little touch up, there is a little too much black spilling over to the cheek.

 

 love the red!

Yep that's on the list of touch ups. I need to add some highlights to the red and touch up the face etc and then this one is as good as done.

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