Take the reins of time itself with the Chronomancer, a pivotal addition to your Necron forces. This exceptional kit offers a wealth of customization options, including three distinct head choices and two varied left hand options. Arm your Chronomancer with the weapon of your choice, whether it’s the formidable aeonstave or the lethal entropic lance.
Seize control over the temporal currents and shape the course of battle with the Chronomancer. Empower your Necron ranks with this remarkable model, elevating your strategy and securing victory on the battlefield. Embrace the intricate art of time manipulation and unveil a new dimension of warfare with the Chronomancer kit.
What’s in the Chronomancer box
- x17 plastic components that make one Chronomancer.
- x1 Citadel 40mm Round base.
How to paint the Chronomancer set
- Step 1: Base Coating in Black
Begin by applying a base coat of Abaddon Black to the entire Chronomancer model. This creates a dark foundation for the rest of the colors to stand out against.
- Step 2: Metallic Shades for Armor and Weapons
Use metallic colors like Leadbelcher or Runelord Brass to paint the armor and weapons of the Chronomancer. Apply the metallic shades to the aeonstave or entropic lance, as well as any metallic details on the model.
- Step 3: Brass Details
Select brass shades like Balthasar Gold to emphasize specific details on the model, such as decorative elements or parts of the weapons. These brass accents will add depth and richness to the overall color scheme.
- Step 4: Green for Eyes and Energy Sources
Apply a vibrant green, such as Moot Green, to the eyes and any energy sources on the Chronomancer. This color contrast against the predominantly dark palette will create a striking visual impact.
- Step 5: Pinkish Red Sphere
Paint the sphere on the lance with a pinkish red color. Consider using Emperor’s Children to capture the desired pinkish hue. This sphere will become a focal point and add a touch of warmth to the model.
- Step 6: Blue Cube
Turn your attention to the cube held by the Chronomancer. Paint it with a cool blue color, such as Caledor Sky or Alaitoc Blue. The blue cube provides a subtle contrast to the rest of the color palette.
- Step 7: Final Touches and Highlights
Carefully inspect the model for any areas that need touch-ups or highlights. Add subtle metallic highlights using a slightly lighter metallic paint, such as Ironbreaker for the armor and weapons. For the green energy sources, consider using a lighter shade like Warpstone Glow.
- Step 8: Varnish for Protection
To ensure the longevity of your work, apply a protective varnish like Ardcoat. This will not only safeguard your efforts but also provide a glossy finish to the model.