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Tuesday, January 25th, 2011
7:55 AM
So it's  been awhile since my last update, but I've been fairly busy with the holidays, night classes, and assorted other time-sinks.  I am happy to say, though, that I've finally finished a full squad of Dark Eldar warriors.


More spikes than a barrel of porcupines.

The squad features 2 special weapons: a splinter cannon (featured bellow) and a blaster (2nd photo down).  I also did a bit of free-hand on the squad's banner.  All three of these models (cannon, blaster and banner) have magnetized arms for possible weapon swaps.


One of these things is not like the others...


Grrr I'm mad.


Nothing fancy with the free-handing, but I think it works.

I didn't really like the Obsidian Rose symbol GW came up with, so I did my own.  I was aiming for an abstraction of a rose with black stem and red petals, but also wanted it to look like a chalice filled with blood - because in the world of 40k a rose is never just a rose.

Also, I should really thank my friends, Jess, Nils, and Q who have been sending me updates on their work for motivating me to get back into the swing of things.  Keep up the awesome work, guys!