Saturday, April 6, 2013

6250 points of Painted Blood Angels: 'Knights of Baal'

Greetings once again InterWebs!!!! So as promised in my last post I gathered up all of my painted Blood Angels 4th Company 'Knights of Baal' and took some photos. I had to set everything up in the kitchen on the glass table due to the size of the army so I apologize for the lesser quality photos.

Here are some overview shots of the army:

 Top-down view:

Head-on view:

Here are some closer views of the some of the sections of the army:

The Motor Pool:

Land Raiders and Terminator Squads:

The Sanguinary Priests:

The Lord of Death and his brother Librarians:

Vanguard Veterans:

Last but not least, the Lord of Angels himself, Sanguinius:

Wow, what a nice feeling to have all of that done and behind me!!!!! I am really ready to move beyond the Sons of Sanguinius for a while and all of their red! I still have some Death Company models that I will add to the collection sometime in the future, but for now I am going to work on finally finishing some small projects that I have had laying around for years. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look! Comments are always welcome! Take care!


  1. Whoa! Good job! That's a really impressive army. Too bad they are just cannon-fodder for the Chaos warriors. ;) All kidding aside ... well done.

    1. Thanks! This army was a fair amount of work spread over 18 months (give or take a month)and I am glad to step away from 'red' for a while. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look! I am really enjoying your progress on your hate-filled sons of Lorgar!

  2. 18 months of work and it all fits on a kitchen table? Wow, that is a TON of figures. I'm glad some people have the patience to do this! I get to peruse many cool figures I never would have run across.
    Through your blog, I have been bouncing around to others' blogs; Thankyou :)


    1. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!

  3. I LOVE this army! I have a rather large BA force myself (5th company- the Daemonslayers), but I haven't given them any time in the last few months due to Lorgar's words. But I keep staring at the force and thinking about using them again. This post is certainly a nudge... :-)

    1. Thanks! I appreciate the kind words! I hope this labor of love has inspired you.