Friday 14 October 2016

Horus Heresy - Night Lords Legion Showcase

A few of these models have been around the blog for a while, but, as I have some fancy new photos, I thought I'd post them up for your viewing pleasure.

Night Lords Tactical Squad - Lead by the legendary Bathinko! 
The above is one half of my tactical squad, as always, I'm thrilled with the way these guys turned out. It just goes to show what kitbashing can do to personalize your models and really bring out the feel of a Legion (or Chapter if you're into all that 40k shiz.) The models draw parts from a wide range of different sources: Space Wolves, Chaos Marines, Anvil Industries Exo-Lords and Forgeworld Legion parts to name but a few.

Another photo - I'm most pleased with the models  wielding a hand weapon and bolter.
Below are a few more photos of my Contemptor Dreadnought - Honoured Brother Mordo. Nothing fancy here, just the stock Forgeworld kit with a plasma cannon and plasma blaster. Can you say Gets Hot!?

Love this model!
I have a second Contemptor in the pipeline, this time armed with a Volkite Culverin and Kheres Assault Cannon. Hopefully it will bring some brutal firepower to the tabletop! Sadly, construction of this Contemptor will be postponed for a while whilst I work on some Mice & Mystics miniatures and my Sktarii! With any luck I can get all of that out of the way and return to the sons of Nostramo sometime soon!

Ave Dominus Nox!


  1. Such sublime photography!

    Night Lords are looking good though, I couldn't have painted them better myself!

    1. Bro! I don't know if I missed this at the time or what....but that is such a compliment!!

  2. Flipping awesome looking Night Lords! Are you excited about their new rules?

    1. Thanks Greg, yeah I'm very excited about the Legion rules. I think the Night Lords traits are nice and fluffy, looking forward to using them soon. Though I must admit, I'm having a bit of a renewed interest in my Tyranids at the moment!

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    1. Thanks man! Your own is coming on leaps and bounds.