“But will he answer our calls this time? He decried that it was not his time at the battle for the Eternal Key”
“But this time, we’re after this…” The Sorcerer passed an ancient and worn scroll to the Warpsmith.
“…This cannot be? Surely this is a false prophecy. They really found it?”
“It is real. Prepare the Silent.”
This week I’m showcasing my Ferrus Infernum Dreadnought with the Destroyer of Cities upgrade. This upgrade gives me a siege drill and Flamestorm Cannon; perfect for destroying tanks, bunkers, and hidden troops.
I decided to paint my dreadnought in the style of Khadeth the Silent, a Ferrus Infernum displayed in Imperial Armour Volume Thirteen: War Machines of the Lost and the Damned.
This dreadnought is fairly different from other Thousand Sons vehicles, as it has a halved/quartered blue and yellow scheme. I really enjoyed painting this scheme, and I plan to apply it to all future models. If anyone has a suggestion on how to apply it to tanks, feel free to comment on this post or on the Facebook page.
It too has been painted in the new blue-yellow scheme. The infinity icon has instead been painted in blue, on the larger yellow panels. The model has been heavily weathered to represent the decent from space, using weathering pigments and sponge-application of dark brown and black paint, as well as hairspray weathering.
I’ve also added a few glowing runes around the vehicle. These are all new styles of chaos rune, taken from the slip-case of my limited edition copy of IA: 13.
Now that these models have been completed, the task now is to apply what I have learned here to my other models.