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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Hello,

Recently we had the pleasure of doing two showcase pieces for a customer’s Ultramarines army – a honour guard of Invictarii Suzerian (which are wonderfully designed, massive, yet elegant and detailed models, full of noble feel of the XIII Legion) and an allied Terryn Imperial Knight done in a heavily weathered manner, yet still retaining the household coat of arms.

The theme was based also upon the ruined, marble building falling to the lava pool (which was reflected on both infantry squad and Knight) and the common foe of the army – Necrons
It was a great fun to do!

Take a look at both Knight (you may find him also in our gallery) and Invictarii squad (also to be found in the gallery)











Would you like to see more models done like that? What is your favourite element of these models?:)


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Hello,

You're asking for Invictarii, right? It was gehenna gold with runefang steel as highlights. In recessess some sepia wash was applied;)

Blue was Kantor blue with some airbrushed vallejo Wolf grey as highlights (then the same colour applied as edge highlights).
 

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Thanks for the reply! Really dig the effect these combinations have created, keep up the good work :good:
 
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