Today I present you the first model from my Raven Guard Phobos Strike Team from Kill Team: Moroch, shot in front of the beautiful Space Hulk Gallowdark terrain from Kill Team: Into the Dark. I’ve also included a complete painting guide with a list of all the paints and techniques I used, so check out this post.
Primaris Infiltrators and Primaris Space Marines in Phobos-pattern power armour in general are my favourite Primaris infantry sculpts. When they received their own set of Kill Team rules in Kill Team: Moroch, I knew it was the perfect excuse to paint a unit of them. My choice was Raven Guard because Phobos troops thematically fit very well with this chapter and I love the look of the emo boys.
The model shown is an Infiltrator Veteran, which you can see from the white painted arms and his customized gun. I changed the pose, gave him a smoke grenade in his hand and used some accessories from the Raven Guard Primaris upgrade sprue, like the head and the raven talismans on his belt.
Painting-wise, I went for a chipped and battle-damaged look, using zenithal highlights, oil washes and pigments, similar to my Sons of Horus tutorial. It’s really fun to explore new painting techniques, as I’m usually a really clean painter. I watched a lof of Cult of Paint videos on YouTube, go check them out, their tutorials are perfect if you want to learn more about this style of painting.
Raven Guard Primaris Infiltrators painting guide
Primer: AK Interactive Fine Black Primer
Black power armour
Zenithal highlight: TAP Air Regiment Grey
Varnish: Vallejo Polyurethane Gloss Varnish
Recess shade: Abteilung 502 Bitume Oil paint thinned with AK Interactive Odorless Thinner
Drybrush: TAP Uniform Grey
Sponge Weathering: TAP Air Regiment Grey
Chipping highlights. VMeC Steel
I also made a 360° video, which you can check out over on my Instagram. Please give me a like and follow if you haven’t already, I sometimes post models a little bit earlier over there 🙂
I can’t wait to show you more of this Kill Team, as they go exploring the Gallowdark from Kill Team: Into the Dark (see my review of the box here). Let’s see how they fare, I suspect the lighter Phobos pattern suits are probably not the best for small confines boarding actions, but they’ll have to be extra sneaky to make up for it!
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