Beastmen, a subhuman lineage, endure widespread condemnation throughout the Imperium, burdened with the stigma of unclean mutations. Yet, bitter from their relentless persecution, many Beastmen turn to the Ruinous Powers, gravitating to the fringes of civilization where they form savage herds under the dominion of Fellgor Ravagers. These ruthless Beastmen are battle-hardened veterans of numerous raids, demonstrating their unwavering allegiance to the Dark Gods through thunderous war cries, swift acts of slaughter, and grisly sacrifices.
Enter the realm of chaos with this multipart plastic kit, crafting a formidable squad of 10 Fellgor Beastmen, ferocious raiders devoutly pledged to Chaos. These intricately detailed miniatures can serve as Fellgor Ravager operatives in thrilling Kill Team skirmishes or seamlessly integrate into Chaos Space Marines armies for epic battles in the grim Warhammer 40,000 universe. Armed with scavenged autopistols and an array of menacing close combat weapons such as axes, mauls, and cleavers, these bestial abhumans are poised for brutal combat.
What sets this kit apart is its versatility. It offers a wealth of options for customization, including a variety of heads that can be combined with different horn choices to personalize your Beastmen. Furthermore, the kit equips you to build each model as a specialist for your Kill Team, allowing you to harness unique abilities on the battlefield. Envision your squad’s diversity with the stave-wielding psychic Shaman, the enigmatic blind mutant Mangler, and the formidable Ironhorn champion, armed with either a bolt pistol or plasma pistol. Embrace the chaos, and let your imagination run wild with these Fellgor Beastmen as you chart your path in the Warhammer 40,000 universe.
Kill Team: Fellgor Ravagers Datasheets
What’s in the Kill Team: Fellgor Ravagers box
- x122 plastic components that make 10 Beastmen miniatures.
- x10 Citadel 32mm Round Bases.
How to paint the Kill Team: Fellgor Ravagers set
- Step 1: Prime Your Miniatures
Begin by priming your Fellgor Ravagers with White Scar or Chaos Black primer.
- Step 2: Basecoat
For their skin, use Rhinox Hide or Bugman’s Glow paint as the basecoat, depending on whether you want a darker or lighter skin tone. Apply this to their skin areas, ensuring good coverage.
- Step 3: Layering
Now, apply a lighter color to create depth. For example, use Cadian Fleshtone to layer the raised areas of their skin. This adds dimension to their skin.
- Step 4: Wash
Apply a wash to the skin areas. Reikland Fleshshade is an excellent choice for a warm, natural look. Thinly apply this wash over the skin, allowing it to settle in the creases and details. This gives depth and shading to their skin.
- Step 5: Details
For their clothing, weapons, horns, skulls, and any other desired details, choose appropriate base colors. For clothing, you might use colors like Mournfang Brown or Khorne Red, and for weapons, Leadbelcher for metallic parts. Apply these base colors to their respective areas.
- Step 6: Layering Details
Apply a lighter shade of the base color to these details to add depth. For example, for clothing, use a lighter brown like Baneblade Brown, and for weapons, use Ironbreaker for metallic highlights.
- Step 7: Wash
To create shading and depth, apply a wash to the detailed areas. For clothing, use Agrax Earthshade for a dirty or weathered look. Apply it thinly to avoid overpowering the base colors.
- Step 8: Fine Details
For smaller details like buttons, belt buckles, and the tips of horns, use smaller brushes and precise painting. Metallic details can be highlighted with a brighter metallic paint, such as Runefang Steel.
- Step 9: Dry Brushing
To make the edges of these detailed areas pop, use dry brushing. Select a lighter color than the base, and lightly brush it over the edges. This technique works well for horns, weapons, and armor edges.
- Step 10: Final Touches
After the paint has dried completely, add any additional touches you desire, such as battle damage on weapons, tattoos on the skin, or intricate designs on clothing. Be creative and make your Fellgor Ravagers unique! For example, you can use Nuln Oil for adding depth to battle damage on weapons and Screamer Pink or Mephiston Red for tattoos on the skin.
- Step 11: Varnish
Apply a coat of varnish to protect your paintwork. Ardcoat gives a glossy finish, while Stormshield varnish provides a non-shiny finish.
- Step 12: Basing
Consider how you want to base your miniatures, as mentioned earlier. Texture paints or scenic basing kits can be used to enhance the overall appearance. Texture paints like Martian Ironcrust, Astrogranite Debris or Agrellan Badland can create realistic and textured bases.