These three Grey Knights are from my own collection.
They have been photographed on a piece of scenery I built specially for taking photographs.
I need to do a lot more for any reinforcements, but was pleased how they turned out. You can see how they were painted on the workbench feature on these Grey Knights.
When I was planning my Daemonhunters army, I wanted a sniper. However I didn’t really like the Vindicare model, so decided to order the Imperial Guard Catachan Jungle Fighter Sniper and use that as a Vindicare Assassin with Exitus Rifle.
I have to say, when I compared the model to the Cadian Kasrkin I used for the Inquisitorial Stormtroopers I was slightly disappointed. It lacked the finesse and quality of the Kasrkin models. If I was going to start again, I would probably use the Cadian Sniper models.
Here are some more photographs of my Inquisitorial Stormtroopers.
They are part of my Daemonhunters army for Warhammer 40K.
I decided when painting up my Inquisitorial Stormtroopers, to use the Cadian Kasrkin for them.
I did decide when thinking about a paint scheme, to not use the accepted traditional look for the Inquisitorial Stormtroopers and go with a desert theme.
Check out how these models were painted in the workbench feature on them.
I seemed to have spent ages painting this model, so I had a look at it the other day to see what I need to do next.
Actually I have done a fair bit to get the basecoat finished now.
The next stage will be to give the model a thin wash to bring out the detail and darken the shadows. The tracks have been painted separately.
This Forge World MkIIb Land Raider is a Grey Knights vehicle, with a desert camouflage for use with my Daemonhunters force.
I’ve always liked these Elysian vehicles ever since we saw them first at GamesDay 2009.
4-wheel Tauros is used by the Elysian regiments as a long-range scout vehicle, mounting potent anti-personnel firepower in the form of either a Heavy Flamer or Tauros Grenade Launcher. Its four wheels are individually powered by advanced high-yield galvanic motors, allowing it to maintain speed even with damaged tyres – often giving it a crucial edge when faced with superior enemy firepower.
I have decided to use them with my Daemonhunters’ Army with my Tallarn Imperial Guard. Before I start any model I have a look online at what others have done.
You get a small bag of resin.
Before I got started, I washed all the resin pieces.
A really nice model and doesn’t look too complicated to build, looks complicated to paint though.
Well as well as getting better results on my other Land Raider, my next try with the Citadel Spray Gun on the Land Raider Mark IIb was also more successful.
See the full workbench feature on the Mark IIb Land Raider.
In a previous post I talked about the problems I had had with the Citadel Spray Gun in undercoating a Land Raider.
You can see in this close-up how the thinned paint ran from the flat surface. Was not at all impressed.
So I tried again and got a much better result as you can see from the following photographs. Nice smooth finish.
Though this is a Grey Knights Land Raider, I decided early on with this force that the majority of the armoured vehicles would be a sandy desert colour. I used Citadel Foundation Paint, Tausept Ochre as the basecoat.
See the full workbench feature on this Land Raider.