An impressive Daemon Engine that swiftly maneuvers on its articulated track units, bringing heavy firepower to the Death Guard forces. Combining the grotesque features of rotting flesh with formidable machinery, this peculiar war machine is a sight to behold. Its rusted armoured plates provide exceptional durability, while its exposed flesh-parts grotesquely absorb the most gruesome of injuries.
From the front, the Myphitic Blight-hauler appears as a grotesque armored vehicle, adorned with the unmistakable symbol of Nurgle and equipped with two large covered tracks. However, what sets it apart is the terrifying toothed maw at its base. From the rear, the horror continues with the presence of a third track and a mass of flabby flesh secured by straps and metal. Mounted on its carapace are a multi-melta and missile launcher, ensuring devastating firepower.
In battle, the Myphitic Blight-hauler serves as a repulsive yet powerful asset, delivering a fast support and unleashing its destructive arsenal upon the enemy. Its combination of repugnant aesthetics and formidable armaments makes it a force to be reckoned with on the battlefield. Embrace the twisted unity of decay and machinery with the Myphitic Blight-hauler and witness its unholy might in action.
What’s in the Myphitic Blight-hauler box
- x13 plastic components that make this fast attack option for your Chaos Armies
- x1 Citadel 80mm Round base
How to paint the Myphitic Blight-hauler set
- Step 1: Prime the Myphitic Blight-hauler using a dark primer, such as Chaos Black or Mechanicus Standard Grey, to create a solid base for painting.
- Step 2: Apply a base coat of a suitable color to the armored plates, such as a dark green or brown. For example, you can use Caliban Green to achieve a grimy, decaying look.
- Step 3: Paint the exposed flesh parts with a fleshy tone, like Rakarth Flesh, ensuring to cover the areas where the flesh is visible.
- Step 4: Use a wash, such as Agrax Earthshade, to bring out the details and add depth to the recesses of the model. Apply it over both the armored plates and the flesh-parts, being careful not to let it pool excessively.
- Step 5: Highlight the armored plates by drybrushing a lighter tone, such as Death Guard Green, focusing on the edges and raised areas to create a weathered appearance.
- Step 6: Highlight the exposed flesh with a lighter tone, such as Pallid Wych Flesh, using a drybrush or a fine detail brush to pick out the textures and contours.
- Step 7: Paint the metal areas, such as the tracks and weapon casings, with a metallic color like Leadbelcher. Apply a wash of Druchii Violet over the metallic parts to add depth and a touch of corrosion.
- Step 8: Detail the toothed maw using a dark brown or black, such as Dryad Bark, to emphasize the menacing nature of the feature.
- Step 9: Add additional details and accents, such as the Nurgle symbol and other markings, using appropriate colors like Carroburg Crimson or Ulthuan Grey.
- Step 10: Apply a matte varnish to protect the paint job and give the model a finished look.