Space Wolves Thunderhawk Gunship

A Space Wolves Thunderhawk Gunship as part of a huge Space Wolves army on display at GamesDay 2007.

This is one of those displays at GamesDay which makes you go wow! And then you think how much did he spend…

This fantastic Space Wolves army includes virtually (if not all) the Space Marine models and conversions from Forge World as well as all the plastic and metal models from Citadel.

It was on display at both GamesDay 2006 and GamesDay 2007.

More photographs of this amazing army. More Thunderhawk photographs.

Space Wolves Space Marine Army

This is one of those displays at GamesDay which makes you go wow! And then you think how much did he spend…

Space Wolves Army

This fantastic Space Wolves army includes virtually (if not all) the Space Marine models and conversions from Forge World as well as all the plastic and metal models from Citadel.

It was on display at both GamesDay 2006 and GamesDay 2007.

More photographs of this amazing army.

Mk IV Venerable Dreadnought

A MkIV Dreadnought which is part of Mike Sharpe's superb Space Wolves army, which was on show at GamesDay 2006.
A MkIV Dreadnought which is part of Mike Sharpe’s superb Space Wolves army, which was on show at GamesDay 2006.

It is part of Mike Sharpe’s Space Wolves army, which was on show at GamesDay 2006.

It is a Forgeworld model, the Citadel Venerable Dreadnought is awful as it basically consists of the plastic kit (which is nice) and then cover it in metal parts. It just looks like they are stuck on (which they are), whereas the Forgeworld model looks more “real” in comparison.

Space Marine Vindicator Assault Tank

The Vindicator assault tank is often used by Space Maines to breach heavily fortified enemy positions.

This is the Forgeworld version of the Vindicator assault tank. It is part of Mike Sharpe’s superb Space Wolves army, which was on show at GamesDay 2006.

I photographed quite a few photos of Mike’s army when I was at GamesDay as seen on the blog and on the Warhammer 40K Space Marine miniatures gallery.

I found out in this month’s (January 2007) UK White Dwarf review of GamesDay the owner of the collection, I can’t recall seeing details on the day.

It’s an impressive army.