The new Khador Behemoth kit from Privateer Press is incredible, huge, and a little bit intimidating at first. The sculpt is a mix of white metal and resin, which gave me some new challenges that I hadn’t seen before. The miniature goes together really well, and the only issue I ended up having were the legs gluing into the waist section; I tried to run pins through that section and it ended up not working as well as I’d hoped. I got it together in the end, though.
For this Behemoth, I airbrushed the red armor sections, and did everything else via paintbrush. The shiny sections are where I took a silver metallic paint and sponged on some damage to make the warjack look more worn and field-rough. Because the miniature is so large, and Warmachine models have known issues with base overhang(in a game where precise measurements are very important), I sculpted a raised base for Behemoth using Apoxie Sculpt and a piece of actual slate. The mini ends up standing even taller, but it only helps to make it look even more threatening on the battlefield. For the smokestacks, I again used one of my favorite methods – Secret Weapon Miniatures’ Exhaust Black weathering pigment.
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