Pylar Glacier is a Citadel Colour paint that provides a pale blue hue with a subtle white undertone. It features a smooth, even texture with a matt finish suitable for a wide range of miniature painting applications. The paint contains high-quality pigments in an acrylic medium, providing excellent coverage and adhesion to miniature surfaces. As a foundation paint, Pylar Glacier is ideal for beginners and can be mixed with other colours in the palette for custom colour blends.
What armies to paint with Pylar Glacier
Pylar Glacier is a unique Citadel Colour paint that can be used to add a frosty touch to a variety of models. Here are three Warhammer 40K armies that could look great with Pylar Glacier:
- Space Wolves: Pylar Glacier could be used to create a unique icy effect on the armor of these fierce warriors of the Space Wolves chapter. By highlighting the edges of the armor and using Pylar Glacier to create a frosty look, you can create a really striking effect.
- Adeptus Mechanicus: For the Adeptus Mechanicus, Pylar Glacier could be used to add a unique cold look to their already industrial appearance. Using it to create highlights on their metallic armor and weapons could make them look like they’ve been operating in a frozen wasteland.
- Necrons: Pylar Glacier can add a unique touch to the already otherworldly appearance of the Necrons. It can be used to create a frosty effect on their metallic bodies, or to add a touch of ice to their weaponry and vehicles.
The Space Wolves and their arctic home world, the Adeptus Mechanicus and their association with machinery and industry, and the Necrons and their robotic and otherworldly appearance all lend themselves well to a frosty paint scheme. By incorporating Pylar Glacier, you can create a unique and striking look for these armies.
Pylar Glacier Colour Schemes & Combinations
- Baharroth Blue: Teal is a blue-green color, and is an analogous color to Pylar Glacier. Baharroth Blue is a great choice to use alongside Pylar Glacier, as it’s a lighter shade of blue that can help provide contrast and create a harmonious color scheme. This can work especially well when painting armies that are primarily blue, such as Tau or Ultramarines.
- Ironbreaker: Silver is a metallic color that pairs well with many other colors, including Pylar Glacier. Ironbreaker is a bright, shiny silver color that can be used to add highlights to weapons, armor, and other metallic surfaces. It can also help add contrast and balance to the overall color scheme.
- XV-88: Brown is a versatile color that can be used to create natural and weathered effects, or to add depth to shadowy areas. XV-88 is a great choice for painting leather, fur, or other organic surfaces. It can also work well for painting the bases of miniatures, as it provides a neutral, earthy tone that can help ground the overall color scheme.