Are you ready to see the power of the Space Marines Assault Squad? These fierce fighters come crashing down from the sky with lightning-fast speed and an unstoppable force, leaving their enemies in complete shock.
They fearlessly charge into battle, firing bolt pistols relentlessly at their targets. Equipped with chainswords and heavy power armor, they make quick work of anyone who dares to stand in their way, delivering brutal blows up close and personal.
If you’re looking to add the Space Marines Assault Squad to your army, this box set has got you covered. It contains everything you need to assemble five multi-part plastic figures, each with an amazing scope for customization. In addition, you can even assemble one miniature as a Space Marine Sergeant, with two bare sergeant heads included among the seven Marine heads.
It includes five complete assemblies, with and without harnesses and backpacks, giving you the freedom to create a dynamic range of poses for your models.
With five running leg assemblies, twelve shoulder pads, and an array of Purity Seals, scroll cases, and ammo pouches, you can add even more personal touches to your models.
Assault Squad with Jumpacks Datasheets
What’s in the Assault Squad with Jumpacks box
- x113 plastic components that make 5 Assault Space Marines with jumpacks.
- x5 Citadel 32mm Round Bases.
How to paint the Space Marines Assault Squad set
- Step 1: Basecoat the Armor
Begin by applying a basecoat of blue paint to the Space Marines’ armor. For example, you can use Kantor Blue to achieve a strong and bold blue color.
- Step 2: Paint the Eye Lenses
Using red paint, carefully paint the eye lenses on the helmets of the Space Marines. Mephiston Red is a good choice for creating striking red lenses.
- Step 3: Color the Weapons
Next, use black paint to color the chainswords and other weapons that the Space Marines are wielding. Abaddon Black or any other black paint will work well for this step.
- Step 4: Add Gold Trim
Using a metallic gold paint like Retributor Armor, carefully paint the armor trim to give the Space Marines a regal and distinguished appearance.
- Step 5: Detail with White
With White Scar, add fine details to the model, such as purity seals or chapter symbols. This will bring out the intricate design of the Space Marines’ armor.
- Step 6: Optional: Paint Exposed Flesh
If your Space Marine models have exposed flesh, you can paint it using a flesh-tone paint like Cadian Fleshtone or any other suitable color to bring life to the model.
- Step 7: Fine-Tune and Clean Up
Take a moment to fine-tune your paint job and clean up any areas where the paint may have overlapped or gone outside the lines.
- Step 8: Varnish and Protect
Finally, apply a protective layer of varnish over the painted models to preserve your hard work and keep the paint job intact for a long time.