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Changecaster

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A magical Herald for Chaos Daemons and Disciples of Tzeentch, casting unpredictable spells in Warhammer Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000, You can create other miniatures with this kit including a Burning Chariot or Exalted Flamer, with a variety of cosmetic choices.
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Amidst swirling hordes of Horrors, the Changecasters emerge as powerful Heralds of Tzeentch, marching into battle on foot. These formidable sorcerers unleash torrents of mutating magic upon their enemies, their incessant jabbering and maniacal laughter transforming foes into writhing infernos and wreaking havoc across the enemy lines.

This multipart plastic kit assembles a single Changecaster, a daemonic sorcerer dedicated to Tzeentch. This highly versatile model offers a selection of three unique heads to choose from – a menacing Horror’s visage, a screeching bird-like countenance, or a leering lunar mask. Additionally, the kit provides an array of sorcerous accessories and armaments, including daemonic scrolls, talismans, writhing tentacles, and a variety of hand options, presenting the opportunity to depict the Changecaster performing arcane gestures, wielding a ritual dagger, consulting a forbidden tome, conjuring magical flames, or brandishing a staff of change with alternate head options.

What’s in the Changecaster box

  • x49 plastic components that build one Changecaster and in addition it can be used to also build an Exalted Flamer or a Burning Chariot of Tzeentch. Alternatively, it can be used to assemble both a Fateskimmer and an Exalted Flamer, as well as three Blue Horrors.
  • x1 Citadel 32mm Round Base
  • x3 Citadel 25mm Round Bases
  • x1 Citadel 120x92mm Oval Base
  • x1 Citadel 75x42mm Oval Base, to account for all the possible build options.

How to paint the Changecaster set

  1. Step 1: Basecoat the model
    Apply a basecoat of pink paint, like Emperor’s Children, to the Changecaster’s skin. This establishes the pink hue for the sorcerer’s complexion.
  2. Step 2: Paint the head
    Use a blue shade, such as Caledor Sky, to paint the Changecaster’s head. Apply an even layer of paint to cover the entire head area.
  3. Step 3: Paint the robes
    Use a pale white color, such as Pallid Wych Flesh, to paint the Changecaster’s robes. Apply thin coats to achieve smooth coverage and allow the basecoat to show through in the recesses.
  4. Step 4: Add yellow highlights
    Using a bright yellow shade, like Flash Gitz Yellow, carefully apply highlights to the raised areas of the robes. This adds depth and brings out the details of the fabric.
  5. Step 5: Paint the staff
    Choose a metallic paint, such as Retributor Armor, to paint the staff the Changecaster is holding. Apply multiple thin coats to achieve a rich gold appearance.
  6. Step 6: Detail the face
    Paint the facial features of the Changecaster, such as the eyes, teeth, and lips. Use appropriate colors to bring out the details. For example, paint the teeth with Rakarth Flesh and add a touch of Ushabti Bone for highlights.
  7. Step 7: Finish with details
    Add final touches to the model, such as painting any additional accessories or intricate details. Use complementary colors, like Nuln Oil for shading or Auric Armor Gold for extra gold accents, to enhance the overall appearance.
  8. Step 8: Varnish for protection
    Once the paint is dry, apply a coat of varnish to protect the model and ensure its longevity. This step helps prevent chipping and wear over time.

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