The Land Speeder Vengeance is a highly effective war machine that has proven itself time and time again on the battlefield. Its sleek design allows it to keep pace with the fastest of the Ravenwing vehicles while delivering devastating volleys from its deadly plasma storm battery. This model is covered in metal panels and rivets, with engines that give it a tough and robust look fitting of the Dark Angels. The vehicle features three Space Marines, including one manning the pulpit-like cupola, which is equipped with either a heavy bolter or assault cannon. The plasma storm battery, situated at the rear of the model, provides the Land Speeder Vengeance with extra firepower to take on any foe.
Land Speeder Vengeance Datasheets
What’s in the Land Speeder Vengeance box
- x88 components that can be used to assemble either a Land Speeder Vengeance or a Ravenwing Darkshroud, two versatile vehicles used by the Space Marines.
- x1 flying base
- x2 flying stems
How to paint the Land Speeder Vengeance
- Step 1: Base coat
Apply a base coat of Abaddon Black to the entire miniature using a medium brush. Make sure to cover all the areas evenly and allow the paint to dry completely.
- Step 2: Metallic areas
Using a small brush, paint the metallic areas of the Land Speeder Vengeance with Leadbelcher. This includes the engines, weapons, and any other metallic details. Allow the paint to dry completely.
- Step 3: Red accents
Using a small brush, paint the red accents on the Land Speeder Vengeance with Mephiston Red. You can paint the jet engines for a starking contrast with the black body. Allow the paint to dry completely.
- Step 4: Yellow accents
Using a small brush, paint the yellow accents on the Land Speeder Vengeance with Averland Sunset. You can use for weapons, engines, vents etc.
- Step 5: Green accents
Using a small brush, paint the green accents on the Land Speeder Vengeance with Caliban Green. This includes the Dark Angels iconography and any other green details.
- Step 6: Wash
Apply a wash of Nuln Oil to the entire miniature using a medium brush. This will help to bring out the details and give the miniature a more realistic look. Allow the wash to dry completely.
- Step 7: Basing
Paint the base of the miniature with a color of your choice and add any additional details, such as rocks or grass, to complete the miniature.