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From Warhammer Fantasy Battle 2nd Edition, 1984.
Use the army lists or just say fuck ‘em and ignore the army lists? Nah, this sort of thing will never catch on in thirty years time…

From Warhammer Fantasy Battle 2nd Edition, 1984.

Use the army lists or just say fuck ‘em and ignore the army lists? Nah, this sort of thing will never catch on in thirty years time…

From Chapter Approved - The Book of the Astronomican. 1988.

From Chapter Approved - The Book of the Astronomican. 1988.

From Warhammer 40,000 - Rogue Trader. Stephen Tappin, 1987.

From Warhammer 40,000 - Rogue Trader. Stephen Tappin, 1987.

Epic space Imperial Knights. From White Dwarf 126, June 1990.
I’ve long suspected that person or persons unknown in the GW Studio wanted to play Battletech but didn’t like the figures so cooked up this “patch” to the 40K universe in order to get a collection of Mech models made that were more to their taste.

Epic space Imperial Knights. From White Dwarf 126, June 1990.

I’ve long suspected that person or persons unknown in the GW Studio wanted to play Battletech but didn’t like the figures so cooked up this “patch” to the 40K universe in order to get a collection of Mech models made that were more to their taste.

Blood Drinkers Medic from White Dwarf 102. Dave Andrews, 1988.

Blood Drinkers Medic from White Dwarf 102. Dave Andrews, 1988.

Citadel Miniatures Rhino Marines. 1988.

Citadel Miniatures Rhino Marines. 1988.

First completed models for my a 15mm Rogue Trader project I’ve started. 15mm Not-Marines from Critical Mass Games, hovercraft (being used as a Non-Grav-Attack) is a £1.25 Matchbox diecast.

All in heavy coats of gloss varnish, 80s/early 90s style :)

'Eavy Metal from White Dwarf 113, May 1989.