A miniature Odyssey – Block 1? Done!

A month has passed and I am really happy that I managed to finish the first block for the Summer Project before the time ran out. Skeletons are a bit unspectacular themselves, so there is not much to tell about them despite the successful completion of this stage.

A miniature Odyssey – Block 1? Done!

As I had foreseen, the quivers made the biggest problems as far as it goes for painting, because it is an incredibly tedious task to accentuate the individual arrow feathers in several steps. The effect is rather small, but it was important to me to create an optical color connection to the priest of Hades and the undead hero.

A miniature Odyssey – Block 1? Done!

In the end I am quite satisfied and I have adjusted my usual approach to the bases to create a more mediterranean look. The easiest way to do this was to use the glued-on stones, which I painted with Heavy Gold Brown and washed with Sepia, before I finally drybrushed the complete bases with a bright beige.

A miniature Odyssey – Block 1? Done!

As always, the sight of the growing army is amazingly motivating and I'm happy to see that the other Chaosbunker Daddies have also completed their first block. So if you've made it this far, take a look at Gregor's Azande, Dennis Beastmen and Swarley's Blitz Bowl team. It's worth it!


Greetings from the Chaosbunker


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