I used these models to test out Games Workshop’s Black Templar Contrast paint. Okay results, but they sure were quick to paint, I just added boltgun for the weapons and a bit of green and grey regular paint and they were done.
This is a different looking character model from the Relic Knights range that I will use as a Psyker in Rogue Stars. He has quite a cool name that I will probably use as well
He does not have an obvious ranged weapon, but the staff can always zap something…
In my great build stuff campaign, I found these in the Relic Knights models, a couple of four legged robots that will be good as sentry or scanner bots.
I will not bother basing these as they would actually need 50mm bases, their legs are just too wide for 40mm bases.
I had forgotten about this model, one of the last Vanguard models from Sedition Wars I had not put together.
If is a bit like the Aliens Power Loader, but with a big gun!
I like it, should be fun to paint and even more fun to profile up for Rogue Stars and similar games.
This is a mech from the Relic Knights range, a nice looking model with quite an imposing main weapon. It needed to be straightened a bit in boiling water and it seems to be good.
The pilot is not really what I would put on top, I will see if I can find something a bit more suitable.
I have ten of these Relic Knights Black Diamond dudes armed with impressive looking shotguns.
The restic plasto-resin hybrid is not brilliant, but I intend to practice with black contrast paint on them before I tackle some Deathwatch models. If they turn out okay, they may well get used in Rogue Stars or as retinue for the Inquisition.
Here we have the H.E.L. Cannon for the Leviathan Crusader, a very big gun indeed that is about the height of an Imperial Knight.
I am working on some homebrew 40K rules for the Crusader, to run it as an Imperial Knight variant, based on a Forge World profile. This weapon will likely be a Volcano Cannon, hopefully enough to deal with a Chaos Knight.