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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Iron Hands progress update - 1

I started an iron hands army a while back and played some games with them which have been an absolute joy, but the painting fell off my radar for about a year. I had a strong start last year, but this fall and winter I aim to get things done in a big way for these guys.

Here are a few updates of what's been on the table lately.

The Contempter dreadnought is pretty darn close to being done. I still need to paint his purity seals and do the shading and highlighting on one fist, then finish with a lot of weathering.



I've got a few more marines in the works as well. I'm painting these guys about 4 or 5 at a time to help keep things moving along.






There will be some more updates coming soon, as the mechanized portion of the force is nearly done now.

1 comment:

  1. Looking sharp mark. Nice clean highlights on these guys. As a templar player i feel your pain every time I see black armor highlights...it's so much work!

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