The Primaris Infiltrators wear Mk X Phobos-pattern armor, which is lightweight and allows for fast movement. Their mission is to disrupt enemy communications and sabotage targets. To accomplish this, the Infiltrators use smoke grenades to obscure their advance while they take out their targets with disciplined bursts of fire from their marksman bolt carbines, which are equipped with augur-scopes for enhanced accuracy. Each Infiltrator is also equipped with infiltration gear pouches. The kit includes enough parts to build up to ten Space Marines Infiltrators, two of which can be built as Sergeants and up to two with comms arrays.
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Primaris Infiltrators Datasheets
What’s in the Primaris Infiltrators box
- x266 plastic components that make 10 miniatures: The kit includes two identical frames, each with five models that can be built as Infiltrators or Incursors including weapons, backpacks, helmets, and other accessories for the models.The kit also includes extra parts to build up to two Sergeants, who are squad leaders with unique abilities and equipment.
- x10 Citadel 32mm round bases, which are used to mount the models
- x1 Space Marines Infantry Transfer Sheet is also included, which contains a variety of decals to customize the models
How to paint the Primaris Infiltrators
- Step 1: Paint the Armor
Begin by applying a coat of Macragge Blue to the entire armor of the Infiltrators. Make sure the blue is even and covers all parts of the armor.
- Step 2: Belts, Pouches, and Weapons
Use Abaddon Black to paint the belts, pouches, and weapons of the Infiltrators. Pay attention to details and aim for neat, solid coverage.
- Step 3: Head or Helmet Lenses
If the Infiltrators have an exposed head, paint it with Rakarth Flesh. If not, focus on painting the helmet lenses with Mephiston Red. This step adds realism to their faces or enhances the futuristic look of their helmets.
- Step 4: Small Details
Apply Retributor Armour to the shoulder pad trims and other small details on the Infiltrators’ armor. This will give them a distinctive, regal appearance.
- Step 5: Metallic Components
Use Leadbelcher to paint the metallic components, such as weapon handles and magazines. Make these parts stand out with metallic shine.
- Step 6: Shade and Layer
To add depth and dimension to the painted areas, apply Nuln Oil as a shade. After it dries, layer the blue armor with Fenrisian Grey, the black with Eshin Grey, the exposed head with Kislev Flesh, the metallic components with Ironbreaker, and the small details with Liberator Gold.
- Step 7: Texture
Create texture on the base by applying a layer of texture paint, such as Astrogranite Debris, for a rocky appearance or Agrellan Earth for a cracked ground effect. This step adds realism and depth to the miniature’s base.
- Step 8: Varnish for Protection
To protect your finely painted Infiltrators and give them a polished look, apply a matte varnish like Stormshield to the models. This step also helps reduce any unwanted shine from the paints.