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Indigo Brother Konstantinos

Another one bites the dust this weekend after spending a good session on Saturday painting Brother Konstantinos. I really like the aggressive nature and dynamic pose of this model and if you have read anything about Konstantinos’ fluff you’ll know it suits him very well since he is a huge risk taker. I like how he has a satchel pack of D-Charges and his assault pistol holstered too on his back.

Painting him was relatively easy and quick with his dark fatigues done using a couple of nuln oil washes followed by deepening the shadows and raising the highlights. The hardest part was his sword since it’s so thin!

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Still got quite abit left to paint but I’m thinking of doing the Crusader Brethren next. So far I’ve got left to paint:

  • 3 Fusiliers
  • 3 new order sergeants box + Auxbot
  • Order Sergeant Sniper
  • Crusader Brethren combi rifle
  • Teutonic Knight
  • Magister Knight
  • Machinist
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The Black Friar

Been looking forward to getting around to doing this guy and he didn’t disappoint. The Black Friar is another amazing Military Orders sculpt, Corvus Belli really knocked this one out of the park with the sculpt quality.

He looks awesome aiming his MULTI rifle in a cross arm pose with his sword while his tabard shows his swift movement.

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The sword is a nice simple plain sword too which made painting and blending on it much easier compared to say the Father Knights sword where you have to paint around the Latin on the sword.

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I’m hoping to do Konstantinos or the new Order Sergeants next, more great sculpts yay!