In the enigmatic figure of Drazhar, the Incubi find their ideal of violent perfection personified. With each strike, he flawlessly embodies the tenets of his order, and with every life he claims, he creates a macabre ode to his dark brethren. The presence of Drazhar inspires other Incubi to push their boundaries, transcending jealousy and embracing his unmatched skill, thus achieving new heights of martial expertise. On the battlefield, Drazhar becomes the serene center amidst a storm of beautifully executed violence.
Armed with the Executioner’s demiklaives, nothing can stand before this Drukhari Master of Blades as he gracefully slices through anyone daring to challenge him. Adorned in armor even more ornate than his fellow Incubi, Drazhar proves to be not only an incredible battlefield leader but also an awe-inspiring painting project.
What’s in the Drazhar box
- x16 plastic components that make Drazhar.
- x1 Citadel 40mm round base.
How to paint the Drazhar set
- Step 1: Prime Your Miniature
Begin by priming your Drazhar model with Chaos Black or any other primer of your choice. This creates a smooth surface for the paint to adhere to.
- Step 2: Basecoat the Model
Apply a basecoat of paint to Drazhar’s armor and cloak. For the armor, use a dark color like Abaddon Black, and for the cloth, you can use a vibrant color like Wazdakka Red.
- Step 3: Highlight the Armor
Using a lighter color like Eshin Grey or any other gray shade you prefer, carefully apply highlights to Drazhar’s armor. Focus on the edges and prominent areas to create depth and dimension.
- Step 4: Paint the Blades and Details
Next, paint the blades and other intricate details on Drazhar’s model. For the blades, you can use a metallic color like Leadbelcher or any other silver shade. Paint any other details using suitable colors, such as Runelord Brass for metallic components or contrasting colors for the rest of the details.
- Step 5: Highlight the Blades and Details
Using a lighter silver shade like Runefang Steel, apply highlights to the edges of the blades and other metallic components to make them stand out.
- Step 6: Paint the Eyes and Face
With a fine brush, paint Drazhar’s eyes and face with contrasting colors to bring out the details. You can use bright colors like Wazdakka Red for the eyes and White Scar for the face mask.
- Step 7: Add Final Touches
With a fine brush, add any final touches to the model, such as intricate designs or symbols. Use contrasting colors to make these details pop.
- Step 8: Varnish and Protect
To preserve your masterpiece, apply a protective layer of varnish over the entire model. This will safeguard the paint job and prevent any damage over time.