A sure sign you have too many Night/Doom Scythes is if you manage to leave an entire box of them behind after an Apocalypse battle. Tragically Lovell is not going to learn any lesson from this except that he should do it again as it seemingly results in his flyers being magically painted:
Fortunately for him my vegan tendencies prohibited me from painting them up in Kingbreakers colors and associating that glorious chapter with the kind of odoriferous cheese that is fielding no less than seven Necron flyers.
I’m pretty happy with these guys. The really simple scheme meant they painted up pretty quickly caveat just the sheer size of the surfaces and number of bits, but I think it still looks good with the big nicely contrasting blocks. I should have sprayed them metal to begin with but erroneously did not think I had any on hand and didn’t feel like going to get some. They’ve been washed just like all my other guys, so they have the same sort of worn and dirty look to them. I debated that style decision for a while but Lovell prefers to play the Maynarkh Dynasty—the crazy, deranged, neglected, particularly cruel and underhanded Necron well on their way to all devolving into flayed ones—so I thought that look was appropriate.
Even with the paint scheme I was tempted to put some hidden Kingbreakers decals on, but sadly am running short. The bases though were done up in the same kind of mud and debris terrain as my Marines since they wind up fighting so often.
There’s a whole other squadron more of these still to hit the painting table and match, so more to come!