This is another one of those models I started painting years ago and didn't finish. I've been painting some of them lately as they are a great way to change things up. They're already assembled, primed, sometimes basecoated, and ready to paint. I'd already painted about half of this model but I went back and completely repainted it. This model is a metal Male Drone for Sedition Wars and is produced by Studio McVey.
I printed off some new photo backgrounds for this model. In moving I had misplaced my other coloured backgrounds. I printed the pdfs for this background from Corvus Miniatures.
The plastic bases that come with the Sedition Wars models are really great. I wish that all companies made some nice stock plastic bases like these. They have great detail and are really easy to paint. If they had the GW signature bevelled edge they would be perfect. Unfortunately they have more of a straight side. I painted these ones by airbrushing the grey and then painting the metal by hand. Very quick and easy.
Thanks for visiting and reading my ramblings on painting and palette cleansers and things. That's one more model removed from the lead mountain of doom (TM). It doesn't fulfill any progress towards any projects but it was fun to improve my painting and try some new techniques. As always, your thoughts, comments, and ideas are greatly appreciated!