Another unit completed for the Omega Guardian Space Marines. This time it’s 5 Assault Intercessors from the Indomitus boxset.Continue reading “Omega Guardians – Assault Intercessors”
Many weeks ago now I set myself the target during lockdown of getting some patrol detachments built and painted ready for the new 9th edition 40k.
One of those forces consisted of the Omega Guardians, my own custom space marine chapter.Continue reading “Omega Guardians – Patrol Force”
At one of the schools I work at, we’ve started running a Warhammer Club.
In the past few weeks we’ve been getting quite a bit of interest from students who started at the school this September.
To try and inspire them I decided to paint all of the contents of the first strike starter set that I donated to the club.
The Omega Guardians continue to grow. The latest addition to the ranks is the Eothrus Primaris Lieutenant model from the Wake the dead 40k boxset.
I’ve been a little bit productive lately.
While finally putting some paint on the Dark Angels, I was inspires to paint up some more Omega Guardians.
I have finally settled on a Space Marine Chapter after years of flipping between several.
I liked the idea of creating my own chapter as that gives me much more flexibility regarding the rules and Chapter Tactics that I get to use. I also liked the idea of painting a Codex compliant chapter, but didn’t really want to paint Ultramarines.
One of the drawbacks to creating your own chapter is the iconography. For me, freehand icons are out of the question, and homemade transfers is another rabbit warren that I really didn’t want to go down.
Since pretty much everything standard Space Marine kit comes with only Ultramarine transfers, that only left me with one option. Omega.