The Voidscarred Corsairs emerge as the quintessential Aeldari pirates within the Warhammer 40,000 universe, notorious for their centuries-spanning interstellar exploits. These Corsairs blend unique skills with specialist wargear, marking them as formidable adversaries in any conflict.
This multipart plastic kit gives life to the Corsairs’ lore, allowing for the assembly of warriors each embodying the cunning and agility of the Aeldari. They seamlessly integrate into both Aeldari and Drukhari armies, bringing their piratical prowess to the forefront of battle.
Within their ranks, the Felarch leads his troop of Corsairs, all customizable to represent a variety of roles and loadouts. They stand ready to fulfill any operational need, from Kill Team specialists like the Way Seeker to the diverse warriors in grand Warhammer 40,000 engagements.
What’s in the Kill Team: Corsair Voidscarred box
Inside this multipart kit you’ll find x159 plastic components that make Kill Team: Corsair Voidscarred set:
- x10 Corsair Voidscarred Miniatures.
- x10 Citadel 28.5mm Round Bases.
- x1 Craftworld Transfer Sheet featuring 379 Aeldari glyphs and markings.
How to paint the Kill Team: Corsair Voidscarred set
- Step 1: Basecoat the Armour
Start by applying a basecoat of Stegadon Scale Green to the Corsair Voidscarred’s armor. This will be their primary color and provide a strong foundation for the rest of the painting process.
- Step 2: Paint the Clothing
Next, use Khorne Red to paint the clothing or fabric elements on the Corsairs. This vibrant red color will contrast nicely with the green armor and add visual interest to the miniatures.
- Step 3: Work on the Faces
If the Corsairs have exposed faces, use a flesh-colored paint like Cadian Fleshtone to bring their features to life. Carefully paint the eyes, nose, and mouth to add realistic detail to their faces.
- Step 4: Paint the Helmets
For Corsairs with helmeted heads, you have a couple of options. You can paint their helmets using White Scar, which gives them a clean and striking appearance. Alternatively, you can choose specific Aeldari colors to match the faction you’re representing. Another option is to paint the helmets with Abaddon Black and add details in gold or other metallic/silver colors to make them stand out.
- Step 5: Highlight the Armour
To add depth and dimension to the green armor, use a lighter shade of green like Temple Guard Blue to highlight the edges and raised areas. This will make the armor look more three-dimensional and dynamic.
- Step 6: Add Metallic Details
Use metallic colors like Retributor Armor or Leadbelcher to paint any metallic details on the Corsairs, such as weapons, buckles, or ornaments. These metallic accents will make the miniatures pop and add a touch of realism.
- Step 7: Add Other Details
Feel free to add other details to the miniatures using different colors. For example, you can use Auric Armour Gold paint for intricate designs, gems, or jewelry, or use Stormhost Silver for additional metallic accents.
- Step 8: Finish with a Wash
Apply a wash like Nuln Oil or Agrax Earthshade over the miniatures to bring out the details and add shading to the recessed areas. This will give the Corsairs a more gritty and realistic look.
- Step 9: Final Touches
Add any final touches, such as painting insignias, squad markings, or freehand designs. These details will add character and personality to your Corsair Voidscarred miniatures.