The Interrogator-Chaplains of the Dark Angels, shrouded in silence and intensity, stand apart from their counterparts in other Chapters. They are vigilant, ever-watchful for any hint of weakness or heresy among their brethren. However, these Chaplains bear a unique burden, having delved into the somber depths of the Dark Angels’ enigmatic past. In doing so, they have been transformed into shadows of their former selves, possessing the grim knowledge that gnaws at the heart of their Chapter’s history.
These enigmatic figures are not merely spiritual guides; they are capable of administering unrelenting trials and agonies to extract repentance from those they deem wayward. Their mission is clear and resolute: the Fallen, those who have strayed from the path, must be “saved” at any cost.
Dark Angels Interrogator-Chaplain Datasheets
What’s in the Dark Angels Interrogator-Chaplain box
- x10 plastic components are everything needed to make one Dark Angels Interrogator-Chaplain, complete with Crozius Arcanum and Power Fist.
- x1 Citadel 32mm Round Base.
How to paint the Dark Angels Interrogator-Chaplain set
- Step 1: Base Colors
Begin by applying the base colors to your Dark Angels Interrogator-Chaplain. Paint his armor with Abaddon Black, his cloak and hood with Caliban Green, and his underclothing with Zandri Dust.
- Step 2: Shading
To add depth and shadows, apply Nuln Oil to the black armor, Biel-Tan Green to the green cloak and hood, and Seraphim Sepia to the white underclothing.
- Step 3: Layering
Lightly layer the edges of the black armor with Mechanicus Standard Grey. Do the same for the green cloak and hood with Warpstone Glow, and for the white underclothing with Ulthuan Grey.
- Step 4: Details and Crozius Arcanum
Pay attention to finer details, such as the Chaplain’s skull mask and the Crozius Arcanum. Paint these areas with a metallic silver or gold paint, like Leadbelcher or Retributor Armor. For the white wings on the Crozius, and details on his armor and cloak, use White Scar.
- Step 5: Brass Details
For brass details on the Chaplain’s armor, such as decorative elements, use a brass-colored paint like Balthasar Gold. Apply it carefully to these areas to make them stand out.
- Step 6: Base
Consider adding a suitable base to complete your model, using textured paints like Astrogranite or Stirland Mud to create a realistic terrain effect. Paint the base with colors that complement your army’s theme or the envisioned battlefield terrain.
- Step 7: Varnish
Finally, protect your work by applying a matte varnish such as Stormshield to keep your paint job vibrant and safe during battles.