Nicely done! I also agree with B&K here. These are more than sufficient for table top standards so getting onto the next unit(s) would definitely be a good idea. As you progress, you'll probably come back to the earlier painted units for further highlights or detailing as you hone in of specific techniques and ideas.
My excuse for poorly painted models is "I'm new to painting. I'll get better with time!"
You have just ruined that excuse for me, forever...
Awesome job though mate! I agree with B&K and Wookiepelt here though, these are perfectly good for games - get another squad done! (Unless you're focusing solely on painting perfection, in which case - more washes! )
Thanks for all the positive feedback Working on my "pallette" marine as i like to call it of my wolf guard ,basically i paint one of the squad and scribble down all the paint mixes and stuff i used for him then i move onto block painting the rest of them
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