Posted by: Turkadactyl | January 5, 2016

Space Marine Carcharodons- Red Brethren Terminators Part 2 WIP

Last Carcharodons post was a WIP for Assault Marines.  I’m changing the schedule around a wee bit and finishing off the remaining 5 Assault Terminators for the Red Brethren.

Brethren 001

These models have been stuck in this stag for almost two years.  I started working on all of the Red Brethren at the same time.  I made it as far as the decals with all the models and then focused all my attention on five models.  GW West Edmonton is starting up the third annual Nemesis painting challenge.  The first deadline of 500 points is this Saturday.  The Siege Dreadnought and Ironclad Dreadnought from Dreadtober will be part of the my contribution to the challenge.  I was planning on painting the Assault Marines, however, due to the Christmas there was a change of plans.

My wife and I traveled to Ontario to visit her family over Christmas.  The decals are the next step for the Assault Marines.  I didn’t feel like packing the transfer sheet and chemicals on the plane.  It was super easy to pack five terminators and one pot of paint.  I was able to put a coat of Mechanicus Standard grey while on vacation.

These photos show the Terminators with the base colours on and decals and varnish applied.  I still have to paint the box on the top of the armour red to designate the squad part of the Red Brethren.

I have until Saturday to complete the highlights.  I’m looking forward to rolling out 10 Red Brethren in the near future.

Brethren 002

If you collect Carcharodons or know someone who does please contact me at  I would like to showcase your Carcharodons here at the Roost.


  1. The use of the yellow/gold on the terminators and the base really ties the two together. Good decision on that one. How did you attain such great consistency with the icons on the shoulders? They look crisp clean.


  2. I used the Forgeworld transfers. Since I have to make cuts on the shoulder pad transfers I use the transfer as a guide and paint over it. If the cut is not noticeable or the transfer is not too glossy then I leave it as is.


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