Dark Mechanicum Part 4 – House Atrax Questoris Knight Paladin, Styrix & Crusader Completed

My House Atrax Dark Mechanicum Imperial Knights Allied detachment is now complete – all ready for play alongside my Warp Cult army (The Covenant of the Octet Pantheon) for the Tarsiss 4 narrative Horus Heresy event this weekend.

I could do with adding some weathering, but I’m currently holding out to see if Forgeworld will release some official House Atrax transfers before doing that. Have really enjoyed building & painting the Knights, so depending on how they play, I’d be very tempted to get a few more to extend this to a full 2,000-3,000pt Heresy force.

Dark Mechanicum House Atrax Questoris Knight Paladin

Dark Mechanicum House Atrax Questoris Knight Styrix

Dark Mechanicum House Atrax Questoris Knight Crusader

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4 Responses to Dark Mechanicum Part 4 – House Atrax Questoris Knight Paladin, Styrix & Crusader Completed

  1. Pingback: Dark Mechanicum Part 5 – Cyclothrathe Forge Thrall Militia | Heretic 30k

  2. Hey! So, you have nailed down my “dream scheme” for a Mechanicum/Knight force. And it just so happens that I have such a force but haven’t painted it yet. Can you please do me the favor of a lifetime and tell me two things: how did you get the armor panels that color, and what did you do to get the metallic trim looking like that. I get that it is some combination of Black, Gray and Red, for example, on the armor panels (although there is a part of me that sees blue in there too…) – but HOW is the million dollar question. Please help!

  3. heretic30k says:

    The black panels are simply sprayed chaos black with a light skavenblight dinge highlight. Red panels are khorne red with a light wazdakka red sponge highlight. Trim is warlock bronze base, layer hashut copper, edge highlight ironbreaker and the wash agarax earthshade to tie together. Good luck!

  4. Thanks for the reply, seriously. I fell in love with your model! So cool mate. Now it’s my turn to try 🙂

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