Tutorial: how to make a Cryxian Spelldisc

I have found a video on Youtube from General Splatton and tried it with some changes, you can find the video here.

Step 1: What you need


  • The plastic is from a empty water bottle
  • A one inch circle cutter (got mine form ebay)
  • a permanent marker
  • a thin marker
  • waywatcher green glaze from GW
  • Ceramite or White Scar from GW
  • Green Fluo from Vallejo
  • Matt Varnish from Vallejo

Step 2:

Just empty a bottle of water and cut some plastic. Then you simply use the circle cutter and you have a niceย  piece of round plastic ๐Ÿ™‚

Step 3:


Take of the plug from the permanent marker and draw the inner circle with the thin one,like shown on the picture.

Step 4:


Paint a coat of matt varnish on the front and the backside, but just on the outer ring and let it dry. The glaze will have a much better hold on it.

Step 5:


Paint three coats of Waywatcher Green Glaze on the front of the outer ring and one on the backside of your spelldisc. After that you can wipe off the green marker with a tissue.

Step 6:


Paint Runes from your faction with a white colour. i used some runes from the faction font. You can find it here

After the White runes are dry i have painted over them with some green fluo.

Step 7:

Cut a hole with a knife, like i did on the first picture, so that you can fit the spelldisc onto the hand of your caster, and you should be done!

I hope you find it useful ๐Ÿ™‚ greets MiNDmaZing

Deneghra The Soulweaver



Deneghra the Soulweaver

Deneghra The Soulweaver back

Deneghra The Soulweaver side

Here i show you my Denny 3, I used my airbrush and added some Spirit Hosts from Games Workshop, which fit her really nice. I also tried a spell effect which i have found on youtube. I will add the how to in an extra post. I have varnished the model with satin varnish through my airbrush like i always did. But the model got the frosty / dusty look. I have then researched and found out that u can remove it with olive oil, whichmluckely helps to fix the problem. Lessons for me, dont airbrush it at open window on cold days. Use a heat lamp or a warm room to let it dry.