Step into the realm of unparalleled devastation with the formidable Necron Destroyer Cults. These relentless warriors spare no expense, sacrificing their very forms to attain the pinnacle of combat efficiency. Witness the Lokhust Heavy Destroyers, riding into battle atop repulsor-sled bodies, their arsenal comprising gauss destructors and enmitic exterminators that unleash annihilating volleys from a distance.
Picture the Lokhust Heavy Destroyer as the vanguard of your annihilative force, designed to carve through infantry and effortlessly dismantle even the mightiest enemy tanks. Operating seamlessly within a Destroyer unit or standing strong as a standalone asset, this fleet-footed gun platform elevates your army’s firepower to new heights.
Prepare to rewrite the battlefield narrative with Lokhust Heavy Destroyers – where sacrifice transforms into supremacy and devastation is the ultimate reward.
What’s in the Lokhust Heavy Destroyer box
- x33 plastic components that make one Lokhust Heavy Destroyer.
- x1 Citadel 60mm round base.
How to paint the Lokhust Heavy Destroyer set
- Step 1: Prime Your Miniatures
Begin by priming your miniatures with a Chaos Black spray primer. This initial coat creates a smooth surface for the paint to adhere to, ensuring better coverage and color vibrancy.
- Step 2: Base Colors
Now, paint the main armor sections of your Lokhust Heavy Destroyer with Runelord Brass. This lustrous metallic shade forms the foundation of your model’s appearance, lending it a robust and industrial aesthetic.
- Step 3: Adding Details
Use Abaddon Black to meticulously paint various intricate details on the miniature. Focus on joints, cables, and any other features that you want to accentuate. By introducing this strong contrast, you enhance the depth and complexity of the model.
- Step 4: Glowing Energy Sources
Apply Tesseract Glow to the glowing energy sources, such as the Gauss destructor or the goggles on the Lokhust Heavy Destroyer. This paint creates the illusion of luminous energy, lending a dynamic and eye-catching element to your model.
- Step 5: Metallic Components
Use metallic colors like Ironbreaker or Leadbelcher to coat additional metallic components like weapons and mechanical parts. These shades mimic the appearance of real metal, adding a layer of authenticity to your miniature.
- Step 6: Shading and Layering
To create depth and shadow, apply a wash like Nuln Oil over the metallic and black areas. The wash settles into recesses and enhances details. Once the wash is dry, apply a light drybrush of Runelord Brass to emphasize the edges of the armor, creating highlights that catch the light.
- Step 7: Paint the Base
Direct your attention to the base, employing appropriate colors that align with the envisioned terrain. Browns and grays or texture paints like Astrogranite Debris provide a foundation that complements your model and enriches the overall presentation.
- Step 8: Varnish for Protection
Conclude your masterpiece by applying a protective varnish coat. Stormshield is a good option for this as it has a matte finish that fits the theme of necrons. This step safeguards your hard work, ensuring your Lokhust Heavy Destroyer remains vibrant and captivating over time.