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Last minute entry. First time painting a model this size :-P Had to buy 5 new paints I didn't know I needed for this :-P

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Nice job! I like the freehand checks, I prefer them to transfers if I'm honest.
The battlewagon is a great model to paint, I really enjoyed doing mine.
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Nice job! I like the freehand checks, I prefer them to transfers if I'm honest.
The battlewagon is a great model to paint, I really enjoyed doing mine.
You'd rather have them transferred then freehanded?
Let's put it this way: First time I'm doing checkers and now I know what i did wrong and what to do next time. Eg. get a pen to draw in the checkers first and THEN paint then. Don't try and use a brush to do the straight lines :-P

It was fun to paint. Without a doubt. Tried a lot of new things (like bullet hoels and scratching the paint), which I never would have dared to do until ow :-P
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I'm sorry that came across back to front. I prefer freehand checks, not transfers. The transfers are too neat, I think ork paint jobs should be a little rough and ready, they're not tau or elder after all.
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