Hey, guys! What do you think of my Space Marine Inceptor Sergeant?
Often I see a great Warhammer 40k figure paint scheme but almost always it’s shown from only one angle. Maybe my work will seem nice for someone. That’s why, as you could see in other posts, I like to show my painted figures from different angles.
If you want a bit of advice I will give you one. Don’t glue this model to a transparent stand. First, use medical tape for the place where the transparent stand will be glued to the Inceptor model. When you close this gluing place you can prime and paint a miniature. After that unstick the medical tape but only when your model will be finished.
Since this is a sergeant model and its helmet should be red, I had to paint it disassembled. It’s really easy to paint models with blue helmets using Maccrage Blue spray. Because you can assemble and glue model first and paint it next. For me, this way is the most comfortable and easy.
I recommend you to paint some armor parts in metallic. Imho they look awesome!
Maybe I should have painted some front parts of armor in metallic…
And some more photos with space marines squad on the background:
Perhaps I should buy one more lamp….
To be honest, having painted a few ultramarines, painting the rest is getting a bit boring.
White knee is a good element of the figure. It’ll definitely make your ultramarine more interesting!
Probably enough photos. Here’s the last one:
My results are far from professional, but almost always I feel pleasure when finish painting a figure. This time is no exception.