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Adepta Sororitas massive army

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Adepta Sororitas massive army

Postby WhiteWeaselStudio » Wed May 06, 2020 12:39 pm

Hi folks!

We keep fighting against the virus (and Nurgle) with fire and faith, as these Sisters of Battle will do in the battlefield once they are delivered to our customer. Yes! Our last project is this massive Adepta Sororitas army that we have painted at our level 3/5 in the classic order of the Martyred Lady scheme. There are however some changes, specially affecting to St Celestine. Gold is always nice but our customer wanted for her something more adapted to the army colours. We have tried to bring a grym darkness look using very extreme contrasts between the wings, the armour and the flaming sword. Of course without forgetting other important details such as the parchments or the glowing eyes.

You will also find all the characters released in the last Sisters of battle wave such as Junith Eruthia, a Hospitalier (one of favourite models of this army) and of course the Triumph of St. Katherine, an amazing diorama that along with Celestine are the only 2 miniatures painted at our level 4/5 of this order.

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Full gallery here: https://www.whiteweaselstudio.com/en/po ... sive-army/

Hope you guys enjoy the gallery!! Any comment is always welcome.
Last edited by WhiteWeaselStudio on Fri May 08, 2020 9:54 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Adepta Sororitas massive army

Postby Spack » Wed May 06, 2020 7:25 pm

Wow. Not much else I can say. So many figures, so much detail.
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Re: Adepta Sororitas massive army

Postby WhiteWeaselStudio » Tue May 19, 2020 5:08 pm

Spack wrote:Wow. Not much else I can say. So many figures, so much detail.


Thank you very much, again!
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