I love doctors. And I love Space Marines. Put them together, and you get Doctor Space Marines, dispensing healthcare and the Emperor’s justice across the battlefields of the 41st millennium.
Here’s the 2017 Primaris Apothecary alongside his very own primogenitor – the very first Apothecary miniature Games Workshop produced back in 1987. Oh, how far miniature design has come in thirty years.
The Primaris Apothcary is absolutely loaded with so much detail he crosses the line from miniature into micro-diorama. He stands over a fallen Battle Brother, having removed the progenoid glands, and every surface is festooned with details like cannisters, helix motifs, lenses and surgical tools. However, I have become obsessed with one detail – the mysterious skull strapped to his arse.
During the long evenings of painting, I came up with my own backstory about who this skull belonged to…
Patreon Painting Tutorial
If you’d like to learn how to paint white exactly like this, I took super-detailed stage-by-stage photos on the Ninjabread Patreon, and have written up the method, colours and theory.
On top of this tutorial, patrons get instant access to the whole six month back catalogue with five more masterclasses covering other colours of power armour, cloth and my Golden Demon winning piece.
I’m really keen on collecting more Apothecaries now, and am taken by the idea of one with a Crimson Fists one with a bike or jump pack with “Fist Responder” armour graffiti.
The sheet-metal walls you can see above are a preview casting of a Fogou Models terrain set that’s coming soon! Keep your eyes peeled!
Coming soon: even more Space Marines, old and new!
Regal Blue Cloth Tutorial
Hello everybody, welcome to another slice of delicious painting tuition cake. Thanks to each and every one of you that's subscribed, and special welcomes to first-timers Philli, Joe and BigManWithFacilitiesForThat. Today we're continuing the Colours of Cloth series with the help of a Scinari Cathallar from Warhammer Age of Sigmar's Lumineth Realm-lords.