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Sisters of Battle Part 2

Here are some more Sisters of Battle that I have worked on recently. Although still not a huge fan of the range, I have quite enjoyed painting these ones. The black, red and gold is effective, and I am pleased with how they have turned out.

As these are for an army, I have stuck to the same Astrogranite base with simple tufts.

Here they are in all the Emperor’s Glory:

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Sisters of Battle

Part of a commission for Andy at Simply Warhammer, was these Sisters of Battle Paragon suits.

I am not really a fan on the range personally, but I do like the black, red and gold aesthetic. These were done to a Tier 1 level, and I surprised myself with how much I actually liked painting these.

They were not too taxing to build either, which was nice. I tried to keep the bases pretty simple by only adding a bit of static grass to some texture paint. I went for grey as it is neutral against the vibrant red.

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Sisters of Battle

I have finally finished the boxed set that I picked up at Warhammer World. It has taken a bit longer than anticipated due to illness, but I did it!

The miniatures are lovely, well detailed and fun to paint as well. The army itself does little for me, everyone knows that I love Space Marines more than anything else, but they were a nice change to try. It also helped me learn to keep focused despite painting something that doesn’t necessarily hold my interest that much. Most of the miniatures were easy to build at least and they are a good start for anyone interested in them!

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