Termagants, the relentless predators of the Tyranid swarm, unleash deadly assaults in massive swarms, utilizing their symbiotic weapons to spit living ammunition. Accompanying them are the Ripper Swarms, writhing masses of teeth and flesh that voraciously consume anything in their path.
Introduce yourself to the Tyranid faction with this essential collection. Included are three plastic Termagant models, each showcasing a unique pose, alongside a plastic Ripper Swarm. Prepare them for battle with the paints provided, and kickstart your painting journey with the included brush. These models are conveniently push-fit, requiring only clippers for assembly—no messy glue required.
Armed with fleshborers, the Termagants, as well as the Ripper Swarm, feature menacing claws and teeth, capturing their predatory essence. With dynamic poses, they evoke the image of stealthily stalking their prey. Rest assured, the miniatures come with suitable bases, completing their menacing appearance.
Datasheets for this set
Ripper Swarm Datasheets
What’s in the Tyranids: Termagants and Ripper Swarm + Paints Set box
- x16 plastic components that make 4 Tyranid models.
- x3 Citadel 25mm Round Bases.
- x1 Citadel 40mm Round Base.
- x6 Citadel Paints:
- x1 Citadel Starter Brush
How to paint the Termagants and Ripper Swarm using the paints included in the set
- Step 1: Basecoat
Start by applying a basecoat of Corax White to all the Termagants and Ripper Swarm models. This will provide a light and neutral base color for further painting.
- Step 2: Skin
Use Wraithbone to paint the skin areas of the Termagants. Apply thin, even layers to achieve smooth coverage. This will give the Termagants a bone-like appearance.
- Step 3: Claws and Gun Details
For the claws and gun details of the Termagants, use Thunderhawk Blue. This vibrant blue color will add a striking contrast to the overall scheme.
- Step 4: Carapace and Chitin Armor
Paint the carapace and chitin armor of the Termagants and Ripper Swarm with Naggaroth Night. This deep purple shade will create a visually appealing contrast with the white and blue tones.
- Step 5: Carapace Shading
Apply Magos Purple to shade the carapace areas. This will add depth and definition to the intricate details of the models.
- Step 6: Bases
Apply Armageddon Dust to the bases of the models. This will create a textured and earthy surface for them to stand on. You can also glue some rocks or grass to the base to add to the scenery.
- Step 7: Varnish (optional)
Once the paint has dried, consider applying a varnish to protect the paint job and give the models a finished look.