Stormcast, marines and the Word Bearers!

Just a quick little post of pictures that I thought might be cool to show 🙂. 

So for starters, here is my first Stormcast Eternal Liberator that I got from the starter magazine.  

Hailing from the Hallowed Knights brotherhood, this model will be part of my future plans for my last faction for the Order Alliegence. But as my regular readers will know, I’ve got too many projects to do currently. So for now, I’m keeping myself away from starting a small Stormcast Eternal collection. 

Next we have a librarian in Terminator armour, and a tactical Space marine of the Brazen Claws chapter.

Before Age of Sigmar came, I’ve been building up a small collection of Space marines that I’ve based on the successor chapter. Sadly the project and motivation was stopped when AoS came out, and brought me back into fantasy. But one day I hope to return to the 41st millennium and finish my collection.

Finally, we have the Word Bearers! Now these guys are my favourite models from my 40k collection, inspired by the HH novel, The first Heretic by Aaron Dembski Bowden. 

I liked how the First Heretic explored the roots of the Word Bearers, and how they were set on the path to dammnation. I’ve kept the crimson red as close to the colour tones as their artistic depiction, rather than confusing them as fallen Blood Angels. 

Speaking of Blood Angels, notice the faded symbol of the chapters icon on the Dreadknoughts coffin casket? I wanted to add some mystery as to wether this was once a loyal Angel that went traitor from his uncontrollable Black Rage, or a scavenged Dreadknought that’s been rebuilt as a Helbrute.

If you have any questions, post a comment below and I’ll reply back as soon as I can. Thank you!

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