These resilient psykers, fortified against the perils of the warp, offer invaluable support to the soldiers on the battlefield. With their uncanny foresight, ability to ward off enemy witchcraft, and the ability to unleash devastating displays of psychic might, they are indispensable allies. Despite the skepticism they may face from their peers, no wise general would embark on a battle without the aid of a skilled psyker.
This multipart plastic kit allows you to construct your own Primaris Psyker, a formidable and officially sanctioned practitioner of the psychic arts in service to the Astra Militarum. Adorned with the distinctive symbols of the esteemed Scholastica Psykana, this model is equipped with a range of psy-enhancing gear. Their primary weapon is a force stave, which they use to channel their immense mental powers, while a laspistol remains holstered on their belt as a backup. Striding forward with confidence, their long coat and sash billow in an otherworldly wind, and their outstretched hand focuses the energy of a fearsome psychic manifestation.
What’s in the Primaris Psyker box
- x4 plastic components that allow you to assemble your own Primaris Psyker model.
- x1 Citadel 32mm Round Base providing a sturdy foundation for your Primaris Psyker model.
How to paint the Primaris Psyker set
- Step 1: Basecoat
Start by applying a basecoat of black or a dark color like Abaddon Black to the model. This will provide a solid foundation for further painting.
- Step 2: Robes
Paint the robes with a dark color such as Mephiston Red, ensuring smooth and even coverage.
- Step 3: Metal areas
Use a metallic paint like Leadbelcher to paint the metal areas, such as the force stave, belt buckle, and other metallic details. Apply multiple thin coats for a smooth finish.
- Step 4: Gold details
Add a touch of regalness to the model by painting any gold details, like the trim on the robes or the intricate symbols, using a gold paint like Retributor Armor.
- Step 5: Psychic energy
For the psychic energy manifestation, choose a color like Thousand Sons Blue or Temple Guard Blue. Apply thin layers to build up the intensity, focusing on the extended hand and surrounding area.
- Step 6: Face and hands
Paint the face and hands with a flesh tone like Bugman’s Glow. Add highlights using Cadian Fleshtone on the raised areas, such as the nose, cheekbones, and fingertips.
- Step 7: Details
Use a fine brush to carefully paint smaller details, like the eyes, belt pouches, and buttons, using appropriate colors.
- Step 8: Base
Finish off the model by painting the base. You can use a variety of colors and textures to create a suitable environment for your Primaris Psyker. Consider adding grass tufts or small rocks for added realism.