The Citadel Colour Sub-assembly Holder contains 44 expertly-designed Part Holders. They’re made of the same plastic as Citadel models, which means you can drill small holes or use glue to attach the pegs, before simply clipping the bits off when you’re finished.
Create your ultimate hobby space with these Citadel Paint Racks. 2 are included, each able to hold 21 pots of Citadel paints. With the optional plastic legs snapped into place, they stand at a slight angle, allowing you to see exactly which paints are where on your rack, and they feature holes and fittings at the back for securing them to the walls of your hobby space.
Although many battlefields quickly turn into muddy quagmires when combat begins, armies often march across verdant fields when on the warpath. With many realms and worlds sporting at least some greenery, it’s common for soldiers to begin their campaigns surrounded by abundant plant life.
The rigours of battle, hot climates, and other harsh environments take a toll on native plant life, with many formerly verdant fields reduced to dry straw by passing armies. Even so, many plants hold onto life, and can often be found around an army marching through particularly parched lands.
Small enough to fit into all sorts of tight nooks and crannies, the S Base brush is perfect for getting Citadel Base paints onto areas surrounded by colours you want to keep just as they are. As a smaller-pointed brush, they're also excellent for edge highlighting your models, and adding finishing details like script and glass lenses.
Glazing your models is a great way to add extra colour definition to a completed paint job, and to avoid any messy corrections we've designed the Citadel Colour STC Glaze brush with maximum shape retention in mind. This means that your glazes only go where you want them to, and the medium-sized bristles pick up just the right amount of paint to avoid pooling in the recesses.
When painting large models with Citadel Shade paints, it's important to get an even, smooth coat for best results. That's why our L Shade brush has the broadest tip of any Citadel brush, perfect for picking up loads of paint and getting it all over the biggest Greater Daemons and Imperial tanks you can get your hands on.
Some days you just have to lay down paint on a big chunky boy like the Reaver Battle Titan, and even a dependable L Base brush isn't going to cut it for long. Instead, take a firm hold of the XL Base brush and begin to wonder how it took you so long to paint big models in the first place.
When it comes to painting your tanks, Knights, and Dreadnoughts, you want to get as much coverage for your base layers as possible. That's where Citadel's STC L Base brush comes in, able to sweep a splotch of colour across any flat surface that might need it.
Shading is one of the best ways to add instant depth and shadow to your models, and when you want to avoid getting any of your Citadel Shade paint on the work you've done already, the M Shade brush is the tool for you. Designed to hold plenty of paint while giving you some much-needed control, it's the ideal brush for getting deep details right where you need them.
The technique known as drybrushing is a fantastic way to add detail to raised areas of your miniature, and the best results come from using a brush with straight, stiff bristles. That's why we've designed our M Dry brushes to have a flat profile and just the right surface area to suit models of all shapes and sizes