Painting the Sagitaur Interior

Painting the Sagitaur interior was a lot of fun. It’s been a while since I’ve painted a cockpit. Back in my aircraft modeling days, every kit of course had a cockpit. But with the new emphasis on Games Workshop Warhammer 40K miniatures, I don’t get the chance as often. So this was a nice refresher.

Painting the Sagitaur Interior – A Kit Unto Itself

What I really enjoyed about this model is that it is essentially two kits in one. While the parts count on the cockpit is low, the detail is high. You can spend a lot of time in painting the details, working on textures and effects. And of course there is a figure in there too, a real bonus!

Paint List

Two Thin Coats

  • Doom Death Black
  • Death Reaper
  • Dungeon Stone Gray
  • Ivory Tusk
  • Trooper White
  • Wizard Gray
  • Carcharadon Gray
  • Royal Cloak
  • Sword Hilt Burgundy
  • Glistening Gums
  • Berserker Red
  • Demon Red
  • Marine Blue
  • Celestial Blue

Two Thin Coats (con’t.)

  • Curass Leather
  • Boar Hide
  • Fur Cloak
  • Sir Coates Silver
  • Oblivion Black Wash
  • Cold Corpse Blue
  • Wolf Gray
  • Barbarian Brawn
  • Dwarven Skin
  • Elven Skin
  • Flesh Wash
  • Scorched Earth
  • Ancient Forest
  • Wasteland Brown

Citdel Shades

  • Nuln Oil

Citadel Contrast

  • Aethermatic Blue
  • Kroxigor Scales
  • Hexwraith Flame

Citadel Paints

  • Sons of Horus Green
  • Canoptek Alloy

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