The Dreadnought is a fearsome fighting machine that towers over its enemies on the battlefield. Weighing several tons and standing two or three times the height of a man, it’s a massive war machine made of durable adamantium and ceramite materials. As it strides into battle, incoming fire ricochets harmlessly off its towering hull. With its powerful weapons, including fiery projectiles and deadly metal arms, the Dreadnought is a force to be reckoned with. Any enemy foolish enough to stand in its way is sure to meet a fiery end. Whether you’re a veteran or a new player, the Dreadnought is a powerful addition to any Space Marines army.
Ironclad Dreadnought Datasheets
What’s in the Ironclad Dreadnought box
- x58 plastic components that make one Ironclad Dreadnought.
- x1 60mm round, scenic base is included to display the finished model.
How to paint the Ironclad Dreadnought
- Step 1: Primer
Apply a primer coat to the model to help the paint adhere better. A black primer such as Citadel’s Chaos Black works well.
- Step 2: Base Coat
Apply a base coat to the model. For the Ironclad Dreadnought, a base coat of Macragge Blue for the armor and Leadbelcher for the metal parts work well. Use a medium brush for larger areas and a small brush for smaller details.
- Step 3: Details
Paint the details of the model. Use Retributor Armor for any gold areas, Agrax Earthshade for any crevices, and Mournfang Brown for any leather areas.
- Step 4: Weapons
Paint the weapons of the model. Use Mephiston Red for the flamers, Averland Sunset for the meltagun, Abaddon Black for the storm bolter, and Leadbelcher for the chainfist and seismic hammer.
- Step 5: Highlights
Add highlights to the model to make it pop. Use Calgar Blue for the armor highlights, Ironbreaker for the metal highlights, and Liberator Gold for the gold highlights.
- Step 6: Basing
Finish the model by basing it. Use Stirland Mud for the base and Astrogranite Debris for any rocks or debris.