Tuesday, November 17, 2015

More 40K Guardsmen

Here are a few more 40K Catachan Imperial Guard...

(All of the figures pictured in this post are from Games Workshop. They are © and ™ Games Workshop and painted by myself and posted here entirely without their permission.)

(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version):

Lascanon and crew!

A few more squaddies to finish out a section of infantry.

A not-so-in-focus pic of an ancient Rogue Trader era 40K figure I recently stripped of its previous paint job to repaint as a “Veteran” guardsman.

Another not-so-in-focus pic (I’m going to go ahead and pretend that the camouflage was so good that the camera couldn’t differentiate it from the background…) of an Imperial Guard Sniper – this one will be part of a platoon command team.

Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

More of these Imperial Guardsmen likely. I have two more infantry squads to finish up with a few extras figures for a couple Special Weapons teams, two Heavy Bolter teams to finish up a Heavy Weapons team, and possibly a Sentinel Walker… and that should be it… for now…

Then perhaps some 18th century Rangers and possibly some Song of Drums and Tomahawks.


  1. Excellent job, the last one is very impressive!

  2. Very impressive work, love the way the camp has come out.

    1. Thanks Marovian! I'm pretty happy with how it turned out as well.

      I just picked up a squad of Valhallans and I'm trying to work out a camo scheme for their greatcoats, etc. Thought I might try something similar with white and different shades of grey.

  3. Looking good Tim. Very muck looking forward to the Valhallans although I suspect that might prove expensive on my part as a consequence :-)

    1. Thanks Millsy!

      I like the look of the Valhallans - but I'm limiting myself to this one section (just in case I need a squad to occupy a lonely outpost on the edge of the imperium and a Rogue Trader RPG game... It's ridiculous to have more than one type Imperial Guard! I should know, I have THREE!? (Catachans, Cadians, and Tallarn!?)