Embrace the unsettling presence of the Flamers of Tzeentch as they bound towards their adversaries, unleashing the chaotic power of wyrdflame. These otherworldly creatures exude supernatural flames that twist and contort, leaving a trail of scorching destruction that engulfs not only the flesh and bones of their foes but also their very souls. Beware the whims of the Changer of Ways, for even flames that have seemingly burnt out may reignite with renewed vigor or even bestow healing upon the afflicted.
Inside this multi-part plastic kit, you’ll find everything you need to assemble three Flamers of Tzeentch. These spellcasters possess multiple heads and wield toothed arms that spew forth warpfire, a mesmerizing display of raw power. Additionally, one of the models can be crafted as a Pyrocaster, a being that appears more flame than flesh, radiating intense heat and awe-inspiring terror. Let your imagination run wild as you bring these otherworldly entities to life on the battlefield.
What’s in the Flamers of Tzeentch box
- x36 plastic components that make 3 Flamers of Tzeentch
- x3 Citadel 32mm Round bases
How to paint the Flamers of Tzeentch set
- Step 1: Prime the model
Apply a black or grey spray primer to provide a solid base for the paint and enhance the dark and menacing appearance of the Flamers.
- Step 2: Base Colors
Start by painting the main body of the Flamers with a vibrant blue color like Calgar Blue or Kantor Blue, ensuring full coverage.
Use a contrasting color like Mephiston Red or Evil Sunz Scarlet to paint the flames on their arms and heads, emphasizing the chaotic nature of the warpfire.
- Step 3: Washes
Apply a wash of a dark shade like Nuln Oil over the blue areas to add depth and shadow to the model.
Use a red shade wash like Carroburg Crimson over the flames to create a vibrant and intense fire effect.
- Step 4: Highlights
Using a lighter shade than the base color, carefully highlight the edges and raised areas of the blue body. For example, you can use a lighter blue like Hoeth Blue or Fenrisian Grey.
Apply a lighter shade to the flames to create highlights and make them appear more vibrant. For instance, you can use a brighter red like Wild Rider Red or Fire Dragon Bright.
- Step 5: Details
Paint the teeth and claws of the Flamers with a bone color like Ushabti Bone or Screaming Skull.
Add additional details such as eyes, symbols, or other decorations using appropriate colors, such as Warpstone Glow or Moot Green for glowing eyes.
- Step 6: Bases
Paint the bases to complement the model. You can use colors like Stirland Mud or Astrogranite Debris for a gritty, chaotic look. Add additional details like rocks, skulls, or other debris to enhance the theme.
- Step 7: Varnish (Optional)
To protect your painted miniatures, you can apply a layer of varnish such as Ardcoat or Munitorum Varnish for a glossy finish or Stormshield for a matte finish.