Meet Ûthar the Destined, a pinnacle within the Greater Thurian League’s history. Marked by prophetic significance, his life embodies devotion and sacrifice. Ûthar’s strategic prowess is unmatched; armed with the Blade of the Ancestors, he swiftly dismantles adversaries.
This kit enables you to recreate Ûthar in his battle-suit, bearing the iconic Blade aloft. Alternatively, craft a Kâhl for other Leagues, complete with diverse armaments. Your hands shape the destiny of Ûthar and his brethren.
What’s in the Ûthar the Destined box
- x24 plastic components that make Ûthar the Destined, ready to lead your Leagues of Votann to victory!
- x1 Citadel 40mm Round base.
How to paint the Ûthar the Destined set
- Step 1: Priming
Begin by applying a primer to Ûthar the Destined, ensuring a solid foundation for painting. Opt for a neutral gray primer such as White Scar or Chaos Black.
- Step 2: Basic Armor Color
Move on to the armor. Coat it in a captivating blue-green shade using Caliban Green as your base coat. This sets the stage for our vibrant color scheme.
- Step 3: Skin Tone
For Ûthar’s skin, choose Cadian Fleshtone to achieve a realistic tone. Apply it carefully over his exposed skin areas, adding a touch of humanity to his battle-hardened demeanor.
- Step 4: Sword Metallics and Lava Blade
Give the sword a metallic sheen using Leadbelcher or Runelord Brass for the hilt and guard. For the blade, start with Mephiston Red for a fiery red hue. Gradually transition the blade edges to a blazing yellow with Flash Gitz Yellow, creating a mesmerizing lava effect.
- Step 5: Paint the Details
Let’s dive into the intricacies. Use a fine brush and apply White Scar to Ûthar’s beard for a textured appearance. Then, highlight the finer details of his armor with Brass Scorpion or Ironbreaker, enhancing its ornate elements.
- Step 6: Shading and Layering
When shading the armor, consider using colors like Drakenhof Nightshade or Nuln Oil to add depth. Incorporate varying shades for a dynamic appearance that avoids monotony.
- Step 7: Varnish
As a final step, protect your masterpiece with Ardcoat varnish. This not only preserves your work but also imparts a subtle shine to the finished model.