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WIP: Nightvault Zarbag's Gitz 4

5 monthes ago   |   By Tale of Painters

Second batch of Zarbag's Gotz is completed. Now, onto the final three models, including Zarbag himself! The most challenging piece to paint was actually the smoke on the squig herder. I'm always rather impatient when it comes to blending. I'm quite happy with the results though.
How do you like the new Gloomspite Gits models? I think my favourites are the Mangler Squigs, Squig Herd and Gobbapalooza. What are yours?
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