A Forge World Elysian Drop Tauro Venator entered into the GamesDay 2010 Golden Demon Awards.
It has a nice trailer, however I am less sure about the presentation of the model. The sand dune it is jumping off doesn’t look much like a natural sand dune and needed a little more work to make it more realistic and convincing. I am also less sure about the posing and placement of the model. This is a pity as the painting is quite good and done well.
Space Marine Razorback with Forgeworld Dozer Blade, entered into the Golden Demon awards at GamesDay 2010.
Very bright, but well weathered.
More photographs of the Rhino.
Though not really a fan of the Skaven, this model really does show how far Games Workshop have come in producing well detailed and complicated plastic models.
It does make you wonder what they could do if they decided to move into historical miniatures. They already have the rules, but I guess they don’t really want to go down that road (at this time).
A fantasy village from a Warhammer demonstration game at GamesDay 2010 and was also on show in Warhammer World.. Buildings based on the Warhammer plastic chapel and watchtower and fortified Manor House.
It also uses the plastic Realm of Battle gameboards and the plastic walls and fences.
These floating castles were part of a demonstration game at GamesDay 2010.
Assault Rams are void attack craft, intended to participate in close-range space boarding actions, that can also act as drop-assault vessels for direct orbital attack. There are many patterns of Assault Ram in use across the Imperium, but among the Space Marine Chapters, the multi-role Caestus is the most commonplace. Smaller than either the Thunderhawk Gunship or the Shark-class Boarding Torpedo, the patterns’ chief advantage is its speed and phenomenal durability which make it a highly resilient assault craft, even in the most fire-swept landing zones. Compact and heavily armoured, the Caestus Assault Ram is designed to survive direct collision with an enemy, leaving only ruin in its wake.