Introducing the Drop Pod, a must-have product for Warhammer 40k fans. Live the thrill of planetfall as you deploy your Space Marines with pinpoint precision onto the battlefield. With its sturdy construction and detailed design, the Drop Pod is the perfect addition to any collection. Get yours today and unleash the Emperor’s justice upon your enemies.
This incredible box set features one multi-part plastic Space Marine Drop Pod, boasting a whopping 89 pieces. Customize your Drop Pod to suit your tactical needs with the option to arm it with either a storm bolter or a Deathwind launcher. The kit also includes an Ultramarines Vehicle Transfer Sheet for that extra touch of personalization.
Whether you’re a seasoned collector or a newcomer to the world of Warhammer 40k, this Drop Pod set is a must-have addition to your collection. With its detailed design and exceptional quality, you’ll feel like you’re right in the midst of the battle. So gear up, deploy your Space Marines, and let the terror and surprise of the Drop Pod assaults reign supreme.
Drop Pod Datasheets
What’s in the Drop Pod box
- x89 plastic components that make one Drop Pod model.
- x1 Ultramarines Vehicle Transfer Sheet: To add that extra touch of personalization, the kit comes with an Ultramarines Vehicle Transfer Sheet that you can use to decorate your Drop Pod with the iconic symbols and insignias of this esteemed Space Marine Chapter.
How to paint the Drop Pod set
- Step 1: Base Coat for the Main Body
To start painting your Drop Pod, apply a base coat of blue using Ultramarines Blue or another blue shade of your choice. Make sure to cover the entire surface evenly.
- Step 2: Adding Grey Details
Next, focus on the details of the Drop Pod. Paint the grey elements, such as the hatches, vents, and any other mechanical parts, using Mechanicus Standard Grey or a similar grey color.
- Step 3: Hazard Pattern for Platforms
For the platforms on the Drop Pod, create a hazard pattern using yellow and black. Paint alternating yellow and black stripes or chevrons. You can use Averland Sunset for the yellow and Abaddon Black for the black.
- Step 4: Fine-Tuning and Touch-Ups
Take a moment to review your work and make any necessary touch-ups or adjustments. Ensure that the blue and grey areas are neat and consistent, and the hazard pattern is well-defined.
- Step 5: Optional Weathering Effects (Advanced)
If you want to add some battle-worn realism to your Drop Pod, you can consider weathering effects. Use dry brushing or sponge painting techniques with Rhinox Hide and Abaddon Black or other black shades, to simulate wear and tear from battle.
- Step 6: Final Inspection
Inspect your Drop Pod and make sure all the colors and details are looking great. Ensure that the blue, grey, and hazard pattern are visually appealing and complement each other. If everything is alright, apply a varnish, to protect your model against chipping and wear.