I foresee using this chap in a fairly defensive roll within my force; most likely hanging back with the Intercessors and Hellblasters to hold objectives whilst using his command ability to allow the nearby squads to reroll ‘hit rolls’ of 1.
The model itself was a real joy to paint; and like all of the Primaris Marines that I have worked on so far this character almost painted himself.
Now that I’ve completed the three officers from the starter set I might work on some more line troopers next in order to bolster the force’s overall numbers.
My mate and I are hoping to run another game in the next few weeks so I want to try and churn out as many new Primaris Marines as possible before then!
Wow, that looks great! I applaud your crisp and sharp line work, it looks amazing!ReplyDelete
Thanks mate! Greatly appreciated!!Delete
I don't know why (since it's such a small part overall) but I love the screen in his wrist band. Looks amazing. And the rest of him is pretty good too!ReplyDelete
Cheers Andrew! I know what you mean, I really like that little screen! A layer of gloss varnish at the end really makes it stand out!Delete
Man, I love your work on this one. The paintjob is spectacular, exactly what the mini was asking for. Congrats, mate!ReplyDelete
Thanks Suber! I’m glad you like it! These Primaris Marines are so nice to paint they’ve got me being more productive than I have been for years!Delete
What have you done with his hair? Originally it looks like short haircut. Have you done it only with paint?
Cheers mate. Yes it’s only paint, just very fine lines of grey, highlighted twice.Delete
Awesome! Will try to do the same!Delete
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