This is just an extraordinary model, and the perfect exemplar of just how damn good Games Workshop’s designers have become at sculpting using modern techniques. This miniature literally could not have existed five years ago!
It was also surprisingly easy to paint to a level that I didn’t think I’d achieve given the amount of effort I put in. It’s not much more than a zenithal basecoat with a rattle can, some pin washes, and a bit of drybrushing.
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Two of the characters from the Indomitus box set painted by The Unrelenting Brush. I have lots of Overlords but I really like this model – like the Royal Warden, it’s a very macho pose, and a lot more intimidating than the other versions of this character.
Another model from Indomitus, this time the Skorpekh Lord, as painted by The Unrelenting Brush. I love this model, possibly even more than I love Illuminor Szeras. It’s hefty in a way many necron models aren’t, while still being extremely necrony. Looking forward to getting it into the table!
The Illuminor Szeras is a truly spectacular model, and a substantial improvement on the old Finecast version. As with the Terminators in my last post, I outsourced the painting of this mini, this time to The Unrelenting Brush. Check out his website!
As soon as Forge World released this model I knew I wanted one! My amazing other half bought me one for Christmas, and I’ve just finished it.
It has the same basic colour scheme as my other large Necron models: I used a piece of firm sponge to stipple Warpstone Bronze over a black undercoat, and then drybrushed with Brass Scorpion, finished with a highlight of Vallejo brass. Simple but very effective!
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