Look no further than this amazing plastic box set to equip your army with a Space Marine Captain, and a Space Marine Command Squad comprising five of the galaxy’s greatest warriors. The Space Marine Captain comes with a power sword and plasma pistol, and the Command Squad offers options for a Space Marine Veteran Sergeant, Company Champion, Apothecary, Standard Bearer, and a Space Marine with an assault weapon.
Company Command Datasheets
What’s in the Company Command box
- x105 plastic components that make 6 Company Comand miniatures:
a Space Marine Captain, armed with power sword and plasma pistol, and a Space Marine Command Squad – five of the best warriors mankind has to offer, with options for a Space Marine Veteran Sergeant, Company Champion, Apothecary, Standard Bearer and a Space Marine with assault weapon.
- x6 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
- x1 Ultramarines transfer sheet.
How to paint the Company Command
- Step 1: Base Coat
Step one is to apply the base coat to all the Company Command set miniatures. For their armor, use blue paint like Alaitoc Blue or Calgar Blue. Make sure to cover the armor evenly and apply thin coats to preserve the model’s details.
- Step 2: Gold Details
Next, paint all the gold details on the miniatures. This could be the Aquila, trim, or other embellishments. You can use a gold paint like Balthasar Gold or Gehenna’s Gold. Be patient and take your time to achieve clean and crisp gold details on each miniature.
- Step 3: Special Characters
For special characters within the Company Command set, personalize their appearance with unique colors. For instance, one miniature can have a white helmet using a paint like White Scar, while another can have an exposed head with a flesh-tone paint like Kislev Flesh. One miniature can have a gold helmet using Retributor Armor, and you can also use different colored paints for helmet lenses like Wazdakka Red or Ahriman Blue. Be creative!
- Step 4: Icon Bearer
For the icon bearer, you can paint the icon with a suitable color such as Macragge Blue.Paint the details on it with White Scar and Retributor Armour. Ensure the icon stands out and makes the model look prominent.
- Step 5: Metallics and Black
For weapons and swords, use metallic paints like Leadbelcher or Iron Warriors. This will give the weapons a realistic metallic appearance. For some weapons or details, you can also use black paint like Abaddon Black.
- Step 6: Final Touches
Check all the miniatures for any areas that might need touch-ups. Ensure that all the colors and details are neat and consistent. If you want to add additional details or highlights, this is the time to do so.
- Step 7: Varnish (Optional)
For protection and a finished look, consider applying a layer of Ardcoat varnish. It provides a glossy finish, enhancing colors and details on the models. Follow instructions on the bottle and apply in a well-ventilated area.