The silent and enigmatic Assassins play a crucial role in safeguarding humanity’s future by eliminating those corrupted by treachery, greed, or other unspeakable evils. While their exploits remain shrouded in secrecy, the impact of their selfless actions cannot be understated. Countless worlds owe their salvation to these unsung heroes, as they tirelessly and silently work to protect the Imperium.
Among the ranks of these shadowy figures, Vindicare Assassins stand out as masters of precision and lethal accuracy. Their skills transcend ordinary marksmanship, evolving into a true art form. From seemingly impossible angles, they can calculate the trajectory of a shot with instantaneous precision. Their single, potent rounds possess the power to penetrate even the most formidable force fields, ensuring no target is beyond their reach. With swift efficiency, the Vindicare Assassin strikes down threats, seamlessly transitioning to the next target even before their bullet reaches its intended victim.
Vindicare Assassin Datasheets
What’s in the Vindicare Assassin box
- x9 plastic parts that make the Vindicare Assassin
- x1 Citadel 32mm Round base providing a sturdy foundation for the Vindicare Assassin model
How to paint the Vindicare Assassin set
- Step 1: Base Coat
Start by applying a base coat to the Vindicare Assassin model. Use a dark color like black or dark gray to provide a solid foundation. This will help enhance the shadows and details of the miniature. For example, you can use Abaddon Black to achieve a deep base color.
- Step 2: Armor and Cloak
Paint the armor and cloak of the Vindicare Assassin. Choose a color that fits your desired scheme. For example, you can use a dark blue like Kantor Blue for the armor and a dark brown like Rhinox Hide for the cloak. Apply thin layers to build up the color gradually, ensuring smooth and even coverage.
- Step 3: Weapon and Gear
Focus on painting the weapon and other gear of the Vindicare Assassin. Use metallic paints to give a realistic and striking appearance. For example, you can use Leadbelcher for the metal parts and Balthasar Gold for decorative elements. Highlight any details such as scopes or blades using lighter shades or dry brushing techniques.
- Step 4: Skin and Face
Paint the skin and face of the Vindicare Assassin. Use a flesh tone that complements the overall color scheme. For example, you can use Stormhost Silver for the metal face mask. Be careful and precise when painting the face to capture the character’s expression and details.
- Step 5: Details and Accents
Add additional details and accents to enhance the miniature. This can include belts, pouches, insignias, and other small elements. Use various colors to create contrast and make these details stand out. For example, you can paint belts and pouches with Mournfang Brown and add small highlights with a lighter brown like Dryad Bark.
- Step 6: Base Decoration
Finish by decorating the base of the Vindicare Assassin. Use textures, flock, or other scenic elements to create an appropriate setting. You can also add a splash of color by painting the base’s rim. For example, you can apply Astrogranite Debris texture paint to create a gritty and realistic ground texture, and paint the base rim with a color that complements your overall scheme.
- Step 7: Varnish (Optional)
If desired, apply a layer of varnish to protect the painted miniature. Varnish can help preserve the colors and provide a matte, satin, or glossy finish depending on your preference. Choose a suitable varnish and follow the instructions provided.