The Chapel Project – Part 12 – Inquisitor Kallidon Fell painted

Inquisitor Kallidon Fell of Ordo Hereticus, adherent to the puritan philosophy of the Amalathians and my warband leader for The Chapel project:

I did a background write-up for him a while ago which can be found here.

I hope the choice of bits and colours (bronze and red/purple) is distinctive enough that he looks more Inquisitorial rather than Astartes in character, but it should be helpful when he has the rest of the warband standing alongside.

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9 Responses to The Chapel Project – Part 12 – Inquisitor Kallidon Fell painted

  1. heresyofus says:

    Hey hey! Good to see some Chapel business mate. I’d love to get a few pics of your warband when it’s ready in the Albino woods and the entrance. Good work dude

  2. Wudugast says:

    Looks good mate – the colour scheme is lovely (thinking it could also look good on some planetary governors’ household guard). He definitely reads more as an inquisitor than a space marine, to me at least. Partly it may be that the new primaris marines have redefined the look of a space marine so a lone human sized figure in power armour suddenly looks less space-mariney than he did before. Either way he looks cracking and that’s what matters 🙂

    • heretic30k says:

      True – I am very much in the camp of using primaris as truescale marines and not bothering with old style marines in 40k going forward. As you say this does then make a clear distinction between humans in powered armour. I really like the idea about a governor & planetary guard – might have to steal that 🙂

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