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I love the bits and bobs hanging off of this guy. I wonder why they gave him the robes, though. Didn’t mention this in my video review, but the chance to paint a blue armored character in an army where the rest of your troops could be painted in a completely different color, (Salamanders, for example), why would you hide so much of the armor? His legs are almost completely covered, and the upper body is obscured from the sides and the back by the long robes.
As a painter, this means you get less blue armor to paint, but a much bigger canvas to work in with the robes, itself. There is a lot of area for freehand work, and will give any painter a chance to work on some smooth blending on all the cloth surface.
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