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Thursday, May 20, 2010

WWII, Azdrubael Vect and Bloodcrushers


A little variety on the bench today. I finished up some Flames of War Germans. I'd had these halftracks sitting around since my last painting binge in February. All that remained was identification numbers. This set is from the 10th company of Der Fuhrer regiment of 2 SS Panzer in 1944.


Next on the bench was the initial work on Azrubael Vect. My Dark Eldar Kabal uses the fractal red to white pattern here throughout its vehicles its a bold, simple, pattern and looks very distinctive on the table top. The bright pattern draws the eye away from the very simple scheme that is applied to the rest of the model. The throne is worked up from orange and yellow for a look of old pleat upholstery. The Dark Eldar are typically... well... dark! I took a little bit different look at them. They do have a good deal of actual black which contributes to the feel of darkness but there are also a lot of vivid colors, along the lines of Craftworld Eldar, to keep the force visually entertaining.

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