Contrast is a revolutionary paint that makes beautiful painting simple and fast. Each Contrast paint, when applied over a light Contrast undercoat, gives you a vivid base and realistic shading all in a single application.
The greatest of Tzeentch’s daemons, the Lords of Change shimmer with raw magic. With a flick of its claw, a Lord of Change can hurl foes into nightmares, or blast enemies with the wyrdfires of Tzeentch. Such canny creatures can steal opponents’ spells for their own use, or send mutating rays from their rod of sorcery to destroy entire enemy formations.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Lord of Change. A huge, imposing model, he makes an ideal centrepiece for any Tzeentchian army, covered as he is in the symbolism of Tzeentch that marks him out as a true master of magic. His enormous wings can be modelled in 2 different positions, and he features a choice of 3 different, sinister heads. He wields a staff of Tzeentch, which can be topped with either a symbol of Tzeentch or a flame blade; or can alternatively wield a baleful sword and Tzeentchian wand. He is accompanied by 2 Brimstone Horrors, which can be added to his base.
This kit is supplied as 72 components, and includes a Citadel 100mm Round base.
This kit can alternatively be used to assemble Kairos Fateweaver.
A.I.M. scientist George Tarleton had the dubious distinction of being chosen as the subject for a procedure which would transform him into a unique, bio-engineered living computer. Unable to use his limbs, Tarleton was confined to a hoverchair, which gives him both mobility and a deadly assortment of conventional weaponry. Since then, M.O.D.O.K. has used his vast intellect and exceptional psychic powers to terrorize the world as the leader of A.I.M. and one of the world’s most dangerous and unpredictable foes
The box contains everything players need to add M.O.D.O.K. to their Marvel: Crisis Protocol collections. Miniatures are supplied unassembled and unpainted.
First amongst Teclis’ disciples to learn the ways of the aelementiri, the Stonemages bring the might of the mountain to the battlefield. They can control rocks, boulders and even gravity itself to crush and confound their adversaries.
Alarith Stonemages are vital support spellcasters in a Lumineth Realm-lords army, using endless spells, the Lore of the Mountains and gravity itself to destroy enemies and enhance your own forces. They're great on their own or commanding a group of Alarith Stoneguard, allowing them to pierce armour with contemptuous ease.
This kit builds one Alarith Stonemage. supplied in 13 plastic components and packaged with 1x 40mm round base.
Citadel Air Paint Range has been formutlated to preceisely match in the exsisting Citadel available paints and has now been even further extended to include the addition of the Forge World's Air range. In an even larger pot than the previous reiteration, we're sure you're gonna want to check these out!
This pot contains 24ml and is one of many paints in the Citadel Air range. As with all of Citadel paints, it is a non-toxic, water-based acrylic paint designed for use on plastic, metal, and resin Citadel miniatures.
Citadel Layer paints are high quality acrylic paints that provide you with a huge range of colours and tones to choose from when you paint your miniatures. They are designed to be used straight over Citadel Base paints (and each other) without any mixing. By using several layers you can create a rich, natural finish on your models that looks fantastic on the battlefield.
All of our paints are non-toxic, water-based acrylic that are designed for use on plastic, metal, and resin Citadel miniatures. One pot contains 12ml of layer paint.
We've all been there – time slows as your hand nudges an (inevitably brand new) pot of paint past the tipping point, and you're powerless to prevent the contents splashing in a tidal wave of vibrant, heavily pigmented liquid disaster across your models, hobby desk, lap, and even the carpet. But now, there’s a better way.This deceptively simple, sturdy rubber contraption holds three pots of paint upright, gripping your desk and providing a safe and secure platform to prevent accidents.