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Support Weapon

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The Support Weapon stands tall on the battlefield, its deadly firepower ready to rain devastation upon foes from afar. Armed with versatile weaponry and precision, it becomes an essential pillar of strength for any Aeldari force, shaping the fate of battles with deadly efficiency.
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Step onto the battlefield with the Aeldari, where powerful support weapons reign supreme, providing long-range firepower to their warriors. These versatile Aeldari Support Weapons can be equipped with three distinctive and deadly guns, each tailored to fulfill different roles, be it anti-personnel or anti-tank duties, all in response to the ever-changing needs of the Craftworld.

Embrace the art of long-range warfare with the Aeldari Support Weapons, and wield their deadly arsenal to turn the tide of battles in your favor. Whether you’re engaging enemy infantry with devastating anti-personnel capabilities or taking down formidable tanks with their potent anti-tank firepower, these weapons serve as crucial assets in the Aeldari’s strategic arsenal.

What’s in the Support Weapon box

  • x41 plastic components that make two Aeldari crew, and a D-cannon, vibro cannon or shadow weaver
  • x2 Citadel 25mm round Bases.
  • x1 Citadel 40mm Round Base.

How to paint the Support Weapon set

  1. Step 1: Prime Your Support Weapon Set
    Begin by priming your Support Weapon set with a neutral-colored primer. This will create a smooth surface for the paint to adhere to and ensure better paint coverage.
  2. Step 2: Basecoat the Support Weapon
    Using a medium-sized brush, apply a base coat of your chosen main color to the entire Support Weapon set. For example, if you want a blue Support Weapon, use Kantor Blue or a similar shade.
  3. Step 3: Add Depth with Shades
    To add depth and dimension to the Support Weapon, apply a wash of Nuln Oil or a similar dark wash. Use a small brush and focus on recessed areas, where shadows naturally occur.
  4. Step 4: Highlight the Support Weapon
    Using a fine-tip brush, add highlights to the raised areas of the Support Weapon with a lighter shade of your main color. For example, with a blue base, use Altdorf Guard Blue or a similar brighter shade.
  5. Step 5: Metallic Accents
    Base coat any metallic parts of the Support Weapon, such as weapons or machinery, with Leadbelcher or a similar silver metallic paint.
  6. Step 6: Shine with Silver
    Highlight the metallic areas using a lighter metallic color, like Runefang Steel. Apply this sparingly to the edges and raised areas for a realistic metallic effect.
  7. Step 7: Paint Details
    Using a fine-tip brush, carefully paint any intricate details on the Support Weapon, such as symbols, buttons, or lenses. For example, for lenses, you can use Warpstone Glow for a glowing green effect.
  8. Step 8: Weathering Effects (Optional)
    For a weathered look, you can add weathering effects like Typhus Corrosion for rust or Ryza Rust for chipped paint. Apply these effects sparingly to create a battle-worn appearance.
  9. Step 9: Final Touches
    Inspect your Support Weapon set for any imperfections or areas that need touch-ups. Make sure the colors are neat and well-defined for a polished finish.
  10. Step 10: Varnish for Protection
    To protect your hard work and ensure your Support Weapon set stays pristine, apply a layer of varnish. For a matte finish, you can use Munitorum Varnish, which will preserve the paint job while reducing shine. If you prefer a glossy look that enhances colors and adds depth, consider using Ardcoat for a lustrous finish. Choose the varnish that best complements your desired aesthetic and showcases your Support Weapon set in all its glory.

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