Get ready to field the finest warriors in your company with this amazing plastic set of Dark Angels Company Veterans. Each member of the squad comes with a variety of inherited or gifted equipment, making them an asset wherever the fight is thickest. The kit includes five multi-part models, along with an upgrade sprue that lets you customize your unit to your liking. You’ll also have extra components that you can use to convert other multi-part plastic Space Marine squads into Dark Angels. Each model comes with a 32mm round base, ensuring that they’ll fit right in with your existing collection
Company Veterans Datasheets
A bunch of units got rolled into the Command Squad Datasheet in 10th edition, don’t worry these are the right datasheets 😀
What’s in the Company Veterans box
- x109 plastic components that make 5 Dark Angels Company Veterans figurines.
- x1 upgrade sprue to customize the unit.
- x5 Citadel 32mm round bases.
How to paint the Company Veterans
- Step 1: Base Coat
Step one is to apply the base coat to all the Company Veterans set miniatures. Paint their armor green using a vibrant green like Caliban Green or Waaagh! Flesh. Ensure you cover the armor evenly with thin coats to preserve the model’s details.
- Step 2: Robes and Hoods
Next, paint the robes and hoods of the Company Veterans with Zandri Dust. This color will create a natural and realistic fabric appearance.
- Step 3: Red Robe Details
Add red details to the bottom of the robes. You can use a bright red color like Evil Sunz Scarlet. This will add a pop of color and contrast to the miniatures.
- Step 4: Helmet or Exposed Head
For Company Veterans with helmets, paint the helmet the same color as the armor. If the helmet has eye lenses, paint them red to create a striking look. You can use colors like Wazdakka Red for this purpose. For Company Veterans without helmets, paint their exposed heads with a flesh-tone paint like Kislev Flesh or Cadian Fleshtone.
- Step 5: White Chapter Iconography
Using a white paint like White Scar, carefully add the chapter iconography to the miniatures. This could be the chapter symbol or other markings. Take your time to ensure clean and crisp white details.
- Step 6: Metallics for Weapons and Swords
For the weapons and swords, use metallic paints like Leadbelcher or Iron Warriors. This will give the weapons a realistic metallic appearance.
- Step 7: 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 8: Varnish (Optional)
For protection and a finished look, consider applying Citadel’s 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.