Another year of Squaduary is finished and we have some great minis to show for it. I would like to thank everyone who joined in, got inspired and put some toy soldiers together and threw paint at them.
This is the fourth year of Squaduary, the final posts for each year are linked below:
This is it folks, there are no more stages. Below are the finished results.
Blogs (click the names for more their posts):
I finished my Squad! Yep, not as numerous as some pledges and only 5 Marines, but the extra large weapons/packs and a unique Sergeant mini made this as challenging/time consuming – I am a slow painter!
Batch painting is the pits. Until you’re done and then you’re like, “Yeah baby, I’m a lean, mean painting machine!” Overcome by ADHD I kept being distracted by Evil Dead Ash. He was such a pleasing conversion, I wanted him to shine. So I just slowed down and started painting him on his own.
[DAM finished last week, check the link above for their post]
So the end of the month looms large and with it, the end of Squaduary 2020. I’m happy to report that I finished my squadron of three Vertus Praetors for my Adeptus Custodes force.
Folks from Stepping Between Games:
So, here they are.
There comes a point when you just need to admit you aren’t going to finish Squaduary on time. For me, this was 1.30am on the evening of the 29th. Still, the mounts are 95% done, it’s mostly the girls that aren’t finished…
Some touch ups of the highlights and extending my spot colour, purple, across the models and we are done. Well maybe, I might come back and touch things up at some stage but that is it for the moment.
Pretty happy with how they came out in the end. Now for a squad of jetbikes.
We are done for another year and I am proud to see so many projects worked on. Thank you to everyone who joined in and cheered people on.