Chaos Iron Warriors

This is a rather nice looking Iron Warriors Chaos Basilisk that was on display in Warhammer World in Nottingham back in 2007.

This is a rather nice looking Iron Warriors Chaos Vindicator (if somewhat badly photographed) that was in the display.

Iron Warriors Chaos Vindicator

Alongside in the same display cabinet (along with other models it has to be said) was this BaneBlade heavy tank.

Iron Warriors Chaos BaneBlade

Again very nicely painted and looks very menacing.

part of much larger Iron Warriors army by Christian Bryne.

Dueling



This Golden Demon winning Duel was on display in Warhammer World back in 2007.

Space Marine on a bike versus an Eldar Exodite on a lizard

It comprises a Space Marine Chaplin on a bike fighting an Eldar Exodite on a giant lizard.

Space Marine Chaplin on a bike fighting an Eldar Exodite on a giant lizard

The Exodites were a concept that had Eldar using giant lizards as mounts and large mounts for weapons (in a similar way to Elephants or Squiggoths). It was never taken further by Citadel, though some Epic concepts were sculptured and cast, but never went on sale. The concept proved popular with some and as a result there is an unofficial codex out on the tubes and some lovely models such as this one.

Dark Angels

These Dark Angel Space Marine vehicles were on display in Warhammer World.

Dark Angels Land Raider.

Dark Angels Land Raider

Dark Angels Vindicator.

Dark Angels Vindicator

Dark Angels Rhino and Whirlwind.

Dark Angels Rhino and Whirlwind.

More photographs of Space Marine vehicles and infantry.

Valkyrie Flyer

Valkyrie Flyer of the Imperial Navy

Valkyrie Flyer of the Imperial Navy, on display at Warhammer World.

I do think that this was one of the best concepts ever produced by Forge World, and obviously with the release of the plastic kit version, made it much more accessible.

I like the execution of the concept, it isn’t a helicopter without rotors that you sometimes see with SF flyers, likewise it doesn’t look like a transport plane with short wings! I do have one of the plastic kits, but alas still in the box. Maybe time to get out the craft knife and the glue.

Ork Bommer

Ork Bommer

Ork Bommer on display at Warhammer World.

I do like the look of this plastic kit, however it is still on my wish list. I’ve not gone out and bought one yet. I also think that a price of £27.50 is quite reasonable… well reasonable from a Games Workshop point of view.