It's finally time to show the completed Blood Angels army. I posted the dreadnought recently, and following that, I just needed to paint one squad of tactical marines and then the army was complete.
They look good as a complete force, even though the tactical marines are painted to a basic standard. I went to town on the characters, since they are models I really love and they are where viewers focus their attention.
I hope this helps some newer painters or painters trying to finish an army quickly to see that you don't have to paint every model to perfection. You can paint your troops quickly (it helps if you choose a simple colour scheme) and then do your best with the centrepiece or character models and you'll have an army that, when assembled together, really looks the part.
Now time to put them to the test on the battlefield!
Not bad, considering they started like this, ey?
Chaplain on bike
Death company (left) and tactical marines
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