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Bullgryns

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The kit allows you to assemble three Bullgryns, equipped with different shields, mauls, and explosive gauntlets, as well as options for Ogryns, an Ogryn Bodyguard, or Nork Deddog, providing heavily-armoured abhuman Elites for your Astra Militarum army.
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Introducing the formidable Bullgryns, selected from the toughest strain of Ogryn abhumans. Clad in robust heavy armor and armed with rugged assault weaponry tailored to withstand their immense strength, these imposing Astra Militarum figures strike fear into the hearts of their adversaries. Witness the awe-inspiring sight of a line of these heavily-muscled humanoids, advancing with impervious shield formations that render incoming shots harmless. With thunderous blows delivered by their mighty mauls and explosive grenades hurled with precision, the Bullgryns charge into battle with unwavering determination.

This multi-part plastic kit allows you to construct three Bullgryns, each embodying a massive, armored auxiliary. Equipped with heavy shields and formidable combat weapons, these Bullgryns are ready to engage in the heat of battle. Choose to arm each Bullgryn with either an explosive grenadier gauntlet or a formidable maul, and select between a towering slabshield for steadfast defense or a more agile brute shield for increased maneuverability. Immerse yourself in the customizability of this kit, featuring a diverse range of accessories and interchangeable components. Take advantage of four distinctive masked or bearded heads, three unique shield designs for each type, and an assortment of spare ammo, frag bombs, pouches, and flasks. Additionally, you’ll find a special cybernetic head, designed specifically for a Bone ‘ead squad leader.

Bullgryns Datasheets

What’s in the Bullgryns box

  • x121 plastic components, providing you with an extensive range of options for customization and assembly.
  • x3 Citadel 40mm Round Bases, specifically designed to perfectly fit and showcase your finished miniatures.

How to paint the Bullgryns Set

  1. Step 1: Prime the miniatures
    Begin by applying a coat of primer to the Bullgryns. Use a spray primer in a color that will serve as agood base for the subsequent layers of paint.
  2. Step 2: Basecoat the armor and shields
    Apply a basecoat to the armor and shields using a suitable color. For the armored areas, consider Leadbelcher or Iron Warriors as a base. For the shields, Macragge Blue or Kantor Blue can provide a solid foundation.
  3. Step 3: Apply washes for shading
    Use a wash, such as Nuln Oil or Drakenhof Nightshade, to add depth and shading to the recesses and crevices of the miniatures. Apply the wash selectively to areas such as the armor joints, shield details, and other textured surfaces.
  4. Step 4: Highlight the raised areas
    Using a lighter color, carefully highlight the raised areas of the miniatures to add definition and bring out the details. For example, Ironbreaker or Stormhost Silver can be used to highlight the edges of the armor plates and the edges of the shields.
  5. Step 5: Paint the details
    Focus on painting the smaller details of the Bullgryns, such as the faces, weapons, and accessories. Use paints like Mephiston Red for the eyes, Retributor Armour for the metallic accents, and Agrax Earthshade to shade the skin tones.
  6. Step 6: Finish with weathering and basing
    To add depth and realism, consider weathering techniques such as dry brushing or stippling with Ryza Rust or Typhus Corrosion. Apply these to areas that would naturally accumulate dirt or wear, such as the feet, armor edges, and weapons. Finally, paint the bases using suitable colors and add texture, such as Astrogranite Debris or Stirland Mud.

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