|How the body started the day.|
Once I finished with the airbrushing, I went back and painted the body, heads, and other various other bits with jade green and the same mix of lighter highlights.
|So. Many. Bits|
It's getting there...
The Khorne Red was followed Mephiston Red with light feathering. Finally, that was followed by Evil Sunz Scarlett on just the largest plates.
Finally, the fleshy bits and tongue were painted with Moot Green, followed by a Putrid Green highlight, and a final Putrid Green/White highlight.
And with that, the model was done. It sounds kind of simple, but this was a very large model, and took me about 10 hours on Saturday.
The only things I have left are the base (the one below is being borrowed, I'm hoping to do something a little more interesting for this model, but I'm not sure what) and one of the Stranglethorn Cannons (I lost it and didn't realize it wasn't with the other bits until about half way through the process.
Finally, I finished it up with Minitaire's Flat Coat. It ended up a little glossier than I expected, but it stayed clear and didn't cloud at all, which was a problem I had with the last Matte Varnish I was using. I highly recommend it.
|All the bits lined up|
|Harpy variant with Heavy Venom Cannon|
I'm very happy with how this model turned out. It was definitely fun to paint, and while it's a long process with a lot of pieces, I won't mind painting two more of them. Unfortunately the same cannot be said of the 20-40 termagants I might need to paint as well. But first, I'm sure I'll find a reason to paint my first Exocrine/Haruspex.