Friday, 10 February 2012
Painting Update - Defiler
However, the Defiler has made me think again about two of the three reservations I have. Its undoubtedly taking a long time to paint. I think that is more down to me than the size of the Defiler though, and through a combination of being easily distracted and only having an hour spare every couple of nights will lead to very slow progress at times.
This time though, the large vehicle is actually being very enjoyable and seeing the colours slowly starting to come together is very satisfying. Being patient with applying thinned down layers of paint over the armour plates has helped achieve a good, solid colour on the plates and is something I am very happy with.
Expected completion you ask? I am aiming for end of February, assuming I can curb my Dark Eldar obsession for a few weeks.
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