This pair of 15mm miniatures are nowadays sold by “Alternative Armies” as part of their "The Ion Age" range and can be found inside IAFL01 Hackett And Tasker, and IAF002 Retained Knight Post Beta. Both figures are carrying Angis Rifles, and whilst ordinarily fielded in Lances of twenty-two men by the Prydian Army, have actually been painted to proxy some Sons Of Horus space marines from the "Warhammer 30K" universe.
As a I intended to use these single-cast metal models as a command stand, they were super-glued upon a small-sized plastic "Flames Of War" base by “Battlefront Miniatures” and undercoated with "Citadel" Sons Of Horus Green. I then heavily washed both of the ‘beakies' with "Citadel" Nuln Oil, before dry-brushing them with (more) Sons Of Horus Green.
Having spent some time researching the colour schemes of the traitor legion's armour, I applied some "Citadel" Abaddon Black to their shoulder-pads, as well as the tops of their backpacks and firearms. Both the miniatures' power units and rifles were later treated to a combination of "Vallejo" Gunmetal and "Citadel" Nuln Oil. Finally, I carefully placed a thin line of watered-down "Citadel" Abaddon Black into both models' visor slits.
As the Sarj Tasker figure is "limited to five hundred packs", I decided to spend some additional time turning him into a Veteran Sergeant of the Sons of Horus by 'picking out' the ridges of his shoulder-pads with a little "Vallejo" Gold and a splash of "Citadel" Agrax Earthshade. I also applied a small amount of "Vallejo" Heavy Sienna to his belt pouches and darkened this down with "The Army Painter" Strong Tone Quickshade.
Sticking with the Horus Heresy, but moving up to the official 28mm scale range by "Games Workshop", I have been busy progressing the first of my Sons of Horus Mark III space marines using the plastic kits found inside the out of print Burning Of Prospero boxed game. I plan to assemble ten of these miniatures, and use them to form the basis of a ten-man Tactical unit for my 500 point Traitor Legiones Astartes Army.
Furthermore, I've managed to get a little further on two large-sized resin Titans by "Crooked Dice Game Design Studio". Both robots have now been primed, layered and shaded, so simply need all their appropriate ridges and rivets to be treated to plenty of “Citadel” Nihilakh Oxide before their weathering can begin in earnest...