Release the Beast! Angron Daemon Primarch Conversion

By Caleb Dillon | December 20th, 2012 | Categories: Chaos, Conversion Corner, Warhammer 40k, WMG

Greetings fellow wargamers! If you follow this blog on a semi-regular basis, you’ll know that Primarchs are our wheelhouse.  We love em’ can’t get enough of em’.  At least Daemon Primarchs.  By the time a primarch has ascended to daemonhood, they are usually full blown monstrosities..

All the more fun to convert if you ask me.  We’ve done Fulgrim, Magnus, and now of course, Angron!


I’ve seen many variations of Angron over the years.  My favorite picture is an artists conception from White Dwarf a few years back when the official rules for Angron were first published.

I liked the ferocity of the figure, it’s sheer bulk and animosity.  I also got a sense the from the concept art of Angron being almost apelike, and I really wanted a chance to bring forth that quality in the conversion. 

The conversion itself was a kitbasher’s dream.  I got to use the biggest bits I could find.  I wanted a figure that would compare size wise with An-ggrath from Forgeworld.  To get a figure of that scale, I’d need to start with a big base model.  The Cygor was a good place to start.

Adding to this were arms from a maulerfiend, the sword from a soul grinder, a few assorted chaos bits, as well as the wings from a Hive Tyrant.  For a few other off beat bits, I found these shoulder pads on a Skeletor Samurai (don’t laugh) toy, and the head from a Reaper King Kong like figure called the Giant Ape Lord.

This figure is currently available for sale on ebay.

For those just tuning into this blog, my name is Caleb and I am the owner of White Metal Games, a miniature conversion and painting service in Raleigh NC.  If you are interested in commissioning a model through us, contact us at calebfilm@yahoo.com.

We have a dedicated staff of painters on hand to handle your project needs.  We also offer terrain building services, consignment, and dioramas.  We are your one stop modeling shop.  Our prices are competitive with many services, but our customer service is certainly our strongest aspect.  Give us a shot, you won’t be disappointed!

And until then, remember to PUT YOUR MINIS WHERE YOUR MOUTH IS!  Happy wargaming!

Caleb, WMG

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