The Invader ATV is a highly flexible and aggressive all-terrain Space Marines vehicle that is perfect for reconnaissance. It can be equipped with either a multi-melta or an onslaught gatling cannon, which allows for rapid and effective fire against vulnerable areas of the enemy line. This vehicle is designed to quickly engage and destroy scouting elements of opposing forces. The Invader ATV is perfect for accompanying your fast-moving units such as Outriders and is also great for smashing into a vulnerable flank while the rest of your army holds the line. This vehicle provides the firepower you need, right where you need it.
Primaris Invader ATV Datasheets
What’s in the Primaris Invader ATV box
- x45 plastic components that make one Invader ATV supplied with a choice of weapons.
How to paint the Primaris Invader ATV
- Step 1: Priming for a Strong Start
Begin by priming the Primaris Invader miniature with Chaos Black primer. This creates a solid foundation for the subsequent layers of paint.
- Step 2: Painting the Armor Panels
Apply Macragge Blue to the armor panels of the Invader. Ensure full coverage, focusing on the larger flat surfaces.
- Step 3: Adding Metallic Components
Use Leadbelcher to paint the metallic components such as weapon parts, exhausts, and other mechanical details. Make these areas shine with a metallic finish.
- Step 4: Emphasizing Gold Emblems
Paint the gold emblems and insignias with Retributor Armour. Be precise to make these details stand out as symbols of honor and distinction.
- Step 5: Eye Lenses and Lights
For the eye lenses of the Space Marines and the lights on the ATV, use Mephiston Red. This will create a striking contrast against the blue armor.
- Step 6: Belts and Pouches
Apply Mournfang Brown to the belts and pouches. This adds earthy tones to the miniature, creating a sense of balance.
- Step 7: Layering for Depth
To add depth, layer the black wheels (left black from the primer) with Eshin Grey. For the Space Marine armor and the body panels of the ATV, use Fenrisian Grey for highlighting. This step brings out the intricate details and textures.
- Step 8: Shading to Define Features
Apply a shade wash, such as Nuln Oil, to the entire miniature. This will define the features, add depth, and create realistic shadows.
- Step 9: Protection with Varnish
To protect your masterpiece and achieve a uniform finish, apply a coat of Munitorum Varnish to the entire model. This step not only safeguards your work but also provides a consistent, satin matte appearance.