The Chaos Space Marines Sorcerer is a formidable psyker, wielding dark and chaotic energies to unleash devastating psychic powers on the battlefield. Clad in twisted power armor adorned with sinister symbols, the Sorcerer serves as a master of manipulation and sorcery, leading the forces of chaos with cunning and arcane knowledge. With a force stave in hand and access to a wide range of psychic disciplines, the Sorcerer is a powerful and versatile HQ choice for any Chaos Space Marines army.
What’s in the Chaos Space Marines Sorcerer box
- x9 plastic components that build one Chaos Space Marines Sorcerer armed with a force stave.
- x1 Citadel 40mm Round Base that provides stability and allows the model to be easily integrated into your gaming tabletop or display.
How to paint the Chaos Space Marines Sorcerer set
- Step 1: Prime the model
Apply a base coat of Chaos Black spray primer or use Abaddon Black base paint to prepare the model for painting.
- Step 2: Basecoat the armor
Use a brush to apply your desired base color, such as Abaddon Black (skip this if you already applied it) to the Sorcerer’s armor. Make sure to cover all the necessary areas evenly.
- Step 3: Paint the trim
Use a smaller brush to carefully paint the trim details, such as the shoulder pads and decorative elements, with a contrasting color like Retributor Armor or Balthasar Gold.
- Step 4: Highlight the edges
Using a lighter color like Stormhost Silver, carefully highlight the edges of the armor plates to create depth and add a sense of shine.
- Step 5: Paint the details
Use different colors to paint the various details on the model, such as the eyes, gems, and symbols. For example, you can use Mephiston Red for the eyes and Warpstone Glow for the gems.
- Step 6: Paint the force stave
Apply a base coat of a suitable color like Rakarth Flesh to the force stave. Add shading by applying a wash like Agrax Earthshade to the recesses of the stave.
- Step 7: Highlight the force stave
Use Pallid Wych Flesh to carefully highlight the edges and raised areas of the force stave, adding depth and contrast.
- Step 8: Finish with washes
Apply appropriate washes, such as Nuln Oil or Drakenhof Nightshade, to the recesses of the model to enhance shading and bring out the details.
- Step 9: Varnish the model
Protect your hard work by applying a coat of varnish, like Ardcoat, to the entire model. This will help seal the paint and add a protective layer.