Known as one of the toughest warriors among the renowned Catachan Jungle Fighters, Sergeant Harker epitomizes the ruggedness and strength for which his regiment is renowned. Towering over his comrades, his formidable physique boasts bulging muscles and an unwavering determination. Harker’s incredible power allows him to effortlessly wield his heavy bolter, a weapon that would challenge even the strongest of individuals. With every step he takes and every enemy he faces, Harker embodies the epitome of resilience and unyielding might, instilling awe and admiration in all who witness his unmatched prowess on the battlefield.
Sergeant Harker Datasheets
What’s in the Sergeant Harker box
- x3 metal components that make Gunnery Sergeant Harker, a distinguished member of the Catachan Jungle Fighters.
- x1 25mm Round Base: The kit also includes a 25mm round base, providing a stable foundation for Sergeant Harker. The base is designed to match the aesthetic of the Catachan Jungle Fighters and enhance the overall appearance of the model.
How to paint the Sergeant Harker set
- Step 1: Prime the Model
Apply a base coat of Chaos Black Spray Primer to Sergeant Harker to provide a smooth surface for painting.
- Step 2: Base Colors
Start by applying the base colors to the different areas of the model. For the clothing, use Mournfang Brown. Paint the armor with Leadbelcher, and the weapons with Abaddon Black.
- Step 3: Wash
Apply a shade of Agrax Earthshade selectively to the model to add depth and shading to the recessed areas.
- Step 4: Highlights
Use lighter shades of the base colors to highlight the raised areas of the model. For the clothing, use Baneblade Brown. Highlight the armor with Ironbreaker, and the weapons with Eshin Grey.
- Step 5: Face and Skin
Paint the skin using Cadian Fleshtone, and add highlights with Kislev Flesh. Paint the eyes with Mephiston Red, and use White Scar for the teeth.
- Step 6: Fine Details
Use colors like XV-88 for belts and straps, and Zandri Dust for pouches and insignias. Paint the rifle scope with Ahriman Blue, and the lenses with Moot Green.
- Step 7: Base
Paint the base with Rhinox Hide, and dry brush it with Karak Stone. Add static grass or tufts to enhance the base.
- Step 8: Varnish
Once the paint is dry, apply a layer of Lahmian Medium to protect the model. You can choose to apply a matte or gloss varnish for the desired finish.
- Step 9: Optional Weathering
If desired, you can add weathering effects to Sergeant Harker’s armor and weapons. Use techniques like Ryza Rust or Typhus Corrosion for rust effects, and Nihilakh Oxide for verdigris.
- Step 10: Final Touches
Inspect the model and make any final touch-ups or adjustments as needed. Ensure all the colors are consistent, details are crisp, and the overall appearance is to your satisfaction