Showcase: Assassinorum: Execution Force Eversor Assassin

Showcase: Assassinorum: Execution Force Eversor Assassin

Published 2022-10-02

The Eversor Temple is possibly the most gruesome of the many temples that train Imperial Assassins for the Officio Assassinorum. The Eversor Assassins specialise in shock and terror tactics, instilling fear of Imperial retribution into the hearts and minds of all who hold positions of power in the Imperium of Man.

Miniature Review

The Eversor is perhaps the most standout of all the assassins. The skull helm really pops in contrast to his black suit, and his pose jumping off a wall is great. This is how I want more miniatures to look.

The claws pair really well with his skull helm and large needle, truly sinister. The poison coursing through all his weapons also helps to tie everything together.

Painting Techniques


Abaddon Black
Incubi Darkness
Dark Reaper
Thunderhawk Blue
Fenrisian Grey

Weapon Casing

Abaddon Black
Vulkan Green
Sons Of Horus Green


Vulkan Green
Warpstone Glow
Moot Green
Corax White


Gal Vorbak Red
Word Bearers Red
Mephiston Red
Evil Sunz Scarlet
Wild Rider Red


Warplock Bronze
Agrax Earthshade
Castellax Bronze
Sycorax Bronze


Iron Hands Steel
Runefang Steel


Dryad Bark
Agrax Earthshade
Dryad Bark
Balor Brown


Karak Stone
Agrax Earthshade
Morghast Bone
Ushabti Bone
Corax White

After applying the Agrax Earthshade wash I mixed Dryad Bark 1:1 with Balor Brown and applied several thin layers to highlight.


I mixed sand with glue and applied it to the base. I then drybrushed it with Dawnstone, then Administratum Grey. I then painted the outer base with Rhinox Hide, then added a layer of Mournfang Brown. Finally, I applied some grass tufts and some Leaf Litter by Green Stuff World.


The Eversor was more detailed than the other assassins, so I decided to keep to a fairly limited colour palette. It really helps to tie him in with the other assassins. The red doesn't make him look the most stealthy, but it does suit the mini and stops the fully black suit blending into the background.