As promised earlier, here are a few more shots of Andy England's Space Wolves display for last year's Armies on Parade. One of the focal parts of his display was the Inquisitorial retinue, which includes a vast array of miniatures from many years of collecting. Amongst them can be seen Inquisitor Coteaz, two of the original Inquisitor models in Terminator Armour (from the Rogue Trader era), a Kasrkin Sergeant and even (though I dare to say it) a Squat. Such a diverse collection of miniatures really lends itself to an Inquisitorial retinue, which is normally made up of unique, and often quite bizarre, individuals.
Andy also made good use of red spot colours on each of his models and across his whole display. By using one consistent colour he was able to tie all of the models together visually and provide a warm contrast to the cold grey of the rocks and the power armour.
Remember that Games Day season is now just around the corner, so if you want to enter Armies on Parade, or Golden Demon for that matter, then we'd suggest starting work on your entries soon. I will be starting my own Armies on Parade entry over the next couple of weeks, so make sure you stay tuned to see how I get on.
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