Anyway, you at least get to see the back views on these too.
It's really weird as I write about these because it was a while back now and I have no recollection how long they took or how laborious it felt.
It's great that they're just done, but I do wonder if I was ever so inclined to have more Poxwalkers would I feel that this amount of effort was worth it or not?
Sure, I have the Gellerpox Infected to do at some point but they are much more diverse models, with only a few similar to these.
I imagine I'll start them at the same time, work on bits concurrently and then focus.
Ultimately I just love what I painted here. These will definitely be models I return to down the line and will be surprised at the results I achieved.
And the best thing is I know they are far from perfect. They are insanely busy to look at but that feeling of overwhelming satisfaction, despite their flaws is a gift beyond measure.
I've always wanted to paint my armies and I've always wanted to paint to the best of my ability. Sometimes compromises have to be made, but in sacrificing quality how will I ever progress as a painter, and in sacrificing finishing models how will I feel satisfied. To be able to balance the two - quality and delivery and yet still feel like I've improved as a painter, or even just comfortable with whatever flaws there are is the high point of my hobby exploits.