The Kill Blasta mounts an insane array of Shootas, Gatlers and rapid-firing Kannons, collectively called a Giga-Shoota.
I much prefer the Kil Bursta to this model.
From the Forge World display cabinets at GamesDay 2010.
The Fortress of Redemption is an indomitable fortress, a towering bulwark against the ravages of planetary invasion. First used by the Dark Angels of the Adeptus Astartes, these unyielding fortresses have since been used by every military force in the Imperium of Man, and have proved invaluable in the war against disorder. A nigh on unassailable stronghold, the Fortress of Redemption bristles with weaponry, a missile silo and two bunker annexes.
This is quite a “constrained” piece of scenery in that it is very specific terrain piece that has, in my opinion, little use outside a Dark Angels army. If this had been a non-specific Space Marine chapter fortress I am sure I would have bought one, as I suspect many others would as well. Having said that I do like the fact that Games Workshop as well as producing non-specific terrain also makes specific terrain.
Heavy Ork Bommer from the Golden Demon awards at GamesDay 2010.
Nice concept that uses the Ork Battlewagon as a basis for the model. I have a slight issue that it does look a little too bulky to actually fly. Bigger wings and engines needed really.
More photographs of Ork aircraft.
This was probably my favourite model at GamesDay 2010, an Imperial Knight.
Wonderfully scratch-built and a very nice paint job.
It’s the sort of thing that Forge World could and should produce as well as all their Titans.
This very nicely painted Imperial Guard Sentinel was an entry in the UK GamesDay 2010 Golden Demon awards.
Really nice battle worn appearance and good pose. Not sure about the base, but it doesn’t detract from the model. I alwaysb like the idea that we think rockets should be red, but in reality I am sure that this would cause problems, making it much easier for the enemy to see and target you!
More photographs of the Imperial Guard Sentinel and photographs of Simon’s Imperial Guard Sentinels.
The new plastic Killa Kans are really nice models and I like them a lot, they are much better than the metal versions. I have been working on three of them and you can read how far I have got on my workbench feature on them.