Here is a photograph from my most recent game (today).
These are Simon’s Imperial Guard Stormtroopers about to try and take back a pre-tech village from a bunch of Orks (mine).
As you can see the models are not run of the mill Stormtroopers but are based on Space Marine Scouts.
The Squiggoth in the distance eventually charged them and lost in the second round of combat.
The buildings are from Steve Barber Models.
Wartrakk Gunner for a Trukk or Squiggoth…
If you get an Ork Skorcha or Grot Bomb Launcha, you also get as a result a spare Gunner.
This is one I am in the process of painting up.
I am going to use it on either a Trukk or my Squiggoth.
It is a pity that the rules/codex don’t allow you to use more twin-linked Big Shootas.
The new boxed set of Warhammer 40000 has some plastic scenery of a crashed Imperial Flyer.
Forgeworld have realised a resin version of the “complete” un-crashed flyer.
This is a picture of a completed model taken at UK GamesDay 2004.
It looks okay from this angle, but personally I am not a fan of it.
Other picture I took can be found here.
Imperial Guard Salamander surrounded by Orks and about to be destroyed…
…well it is quite hard for infantry to destroy a tank, but the BurnaBoyz gave a good effort…
…especially as they has just been Tank Shocked!
Imperial Guard Sentinels from Simon’s collection. These are the very nice Sentinels from Simon’s collection (my regular opponent).
He has done an excellent job on them, he has four of them.
Probably down to the flash and camera, this picture of my Ork Trukk and Wartrakk are darker than they really are.
They do have a black undercoat, but the drybrushing seems to be washed out by the flash. They look partially painted rather than finished…
I suppose I could drybrush the wheels with mud and stuff.
Imperial Guard line up and ready to die for the Emperor…
…though in this game they won!
This is an overhead shot of my Orks from a recent game.
They did okay, but they still lost.
These Grey Knights are from Simon’s collection.
The flash has washed out the colours slightly, they look even better in the “flesh”.