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Painting Guide: Khorne Blood Bound

Ok, I know I promised a rocket video, but I need to edit out the students. Child Protection is something any teacher worth their chalk takes seriously.

Instead here's my guide to painting Khorne Bloodbound:

khorne painting guide
Don't bother with the brush... just dunk him in there. Khorne loves that.
Ok, that's not how I really paint these guys, and here's a link to an actual painting guide. The conical flask there is full of fake blood I'm using for a murder mystery.

Blood group testing
The samples out of the blood group test teaching packet looked more like water melon juice than blood. I'm just doing some custom samples now.

What? Theatricality is important in the classroom. Why wouldn't I spend my free time making realistic looking blood samples?

Until next time!

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