Castellan Crowe stands as an unyielding, uncorrupted warrior, making him a formidable choice for any Grey Knight armies HQ slot. Renowned for his mastery of dueling, Crowe excels at hunting down and eliminating enemy characters with the malevolent Black Blade of Antwyr. His unwavering resolve enables him to persevere through wounds that would incapacitate even the mightiest Space Marine.
Not only does Crowe possess exceptional martial prowess, but he also harnesses potent psychic abilities. Drawing upon his own psychic potential, Crowe can unleash devastating waves of psychic flame upon his adversaries, adding yet another dimension to his formidable arsenal.
Join the ranks of the Grey Knights and embrace the indomitable presence of Castellan Garran Crowe, a stalwart hero whose unshakeable will, extraordinary combat skills, and psychic might make him an indispensable asset on the battlefield. Face the darkness with confidence and prevail against all who dare to challenge the might of the Grey Knights.
What’s in the Castellan Crowe box
- x18 plastic components that make one Castellan Crowe miniature, who can be assembled with a bare head or a knightly helmet
- x1 Citadel 40mm Round Base
How to paint the Castellan Crowe set
- Step 1: Basecoating
Apply a basecoat to the model using a black paint, such as Abaddon Black or Chaos Black. This provides a solid foundation for the subsequent layers of paint.
- Step 2: Armor and Cloth
Using a medium-sized brush, paint the armor plates with a metallic silver color like Runefang Steel or Leadbelcher. For the cloth areas, use a dark brown or black color like Dryad Bark or Rhinox Hide.
- Step 3: Details and Trim
Switch to a smaller brush and paint the finer details and trim of the model. Use a dark red color like Mephiston Red or Khorne Red for the shoulder pads, cloth accents, and purity seals. Paint any metallic details, such as the sword hilt, with a metallic silver color.
- Step 4: Face and Skin
With a fine detail brush, carefully paint the face and exposed skin areas using a flesh tone like Cadian Fleshtone or Kislev Flesh. Remember to paint the eyes using a contrasting color, such as Celestium Blue, for added detail.
- Step 5: Sword
Using a medium brush, paint the blade of the sword with a dark purple using Naggaroth Night. Use a lighter purple like Xereus Purple to add layering to the edges and raised areas of the sword. This will create highlights and depth.
- Step 6: Details and Finishing Touches
Paint any additional details on the model, such as the scrollwork or iconography, using appropriate colors. Use a fine detail brush for precision. Add highlights to raised areas using lighter shades of the base colors, such as Fenrisian Grey or Elysian Green.
- Step 7: Varnish
Once the paint has dried, protect your model by applying a varnish or protective coat. This will ensure the longevity of your paint job and provide a desired finish, be it matte or glossy.