When I found the above I also found these. Critical Mass Games walkers standing about 28mm tall (in fact exactly the same height as a GW Space Marine). Wonderful resin miniatures which I made a complete mess of and threw in a box.
When I undercoated them I used a cheap primer and the ink I painted over the top made a horrible mess. Cue minor hissy fit and away they went for a good few months. Well if the Challenge is good for anything it's making you paint stuff you've put off and it worked with these. I'm not thrilled with the paint job but neither does it horrify me and they're done. Another 30 points on the tally so all good.
And lastly a bunch more Space Marines because a) they needed doing and b) people were nagging me to do them (you know who you are!). There's a pair of Dark Angels including a sergeant to let me split a 10 man squad into two of 6, a new 10 man squad of Blood Angels and a custom Chaplain in terminator armour.
I don't like any of the termie Chaplains so I kit-bashed this one from about four different models. Oh yeah and a "Teleport Homer" which always gives me some sort of weird Simpsons cross-over ideas when I hear it out loud. :-)
That totals up to 13 loyal sons of the Emperor for 65 points plus whatever the Teleport Homer (tee-hee!) is worth.
From Curt:Ah Millsy, gracious in victory as any spastic man in red baggy pants can be. ;)
Another wonderful sci-fi entry from you Mr Mills. Actually, I think those purple walkers are excellent, they somehow remind me of the funky robots in 'Borderlands 2'. And your work in the 40K genre is always impressive - such clean and distinct paintwork.
Again, a great entry Millsy and bravo on your duel victory!