Saturday, June 12, 2010

Sample Storm Warden Sternguard

Just so you didn't think it was all hype and a clever ruse, here's the first member of the Storm Warden Sternguard squad to get paint. Veteran Brother Titus, like the other members of his squad, has served in the Deathwatch and still proudly bears the pauldron and silvered arm of the Ordo Xenos Astartes.

The Storm Warden shoulder pads were sculpted up by yours truly, cast by Justin from Secret Weapon Miniatures, and distributed to the group for the sole purpose of use by the team for this project. Don't even think about asking for some, as I'm sure Justin has already destroyed the mold.

Although we've had quite a few hoops to jump through on the whole "charity donations" thing, we are currently up to date with all our paperwork and everything is fully functional. So feel free to click on the Options drop down menu on the top right column and contribute what you can. The sooner you do, the sooner you're entered in all the mini-drawings along the way. There'll be another tomorrow night (Sunday 13 June), keep an eye on the Santa Cruz Warhammer blog for details on who has walked away with this week's loot.


  1. Ooh, nice! I've started painting the Land Raider too and things are really starting to move now.

    The pauldron mold has indeed been destroyed. It is sitting in my silicone scrap bin - in several pieces.

    I look forward to more updates and like what I see so far. I also look forward to seeing what you do with the Secret Weapon "Flagstone" bases!!!

  2. How could you destroy the mould misterjustin :(? Really loving the colors for the army and conversion work on the Sternguard. Can't wait for pics of the squad (and project overall) to come together.

    Keep it up!

  3. Just wanted to say this looks fantastic Dave. This has given me some serious inspiration for my own Stern/Vanguard veterans. I hope this translates well to my Imperial Fists.

    Thanks a million, keep up the top notch work.

  4. Looking good. I've been following the Storm Wardens posts on a number of different Blogs, but this painted example, brings it all to life.


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