Blood Angels

The Blood Angels are one of the 20 First Founding Legions of the Space Marines and were originally the IXth Legion before the Second Founding broke the Legiones Astartes up into separate Chapters of 1000 Space Marines. They are well-known across the galaxy for their bloodthirsty nature in battle, and feared for the curse of flawed gene-seed they carry. The Blood Angels are amongst the longest-living of the Adeptus Astartes, with some of the Chapter’s Space Marines having served the Emperor of Mankind for over a thousand standard years.

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Death Company vs Nurgle

Death Company vs Nurgle

A regiment of astra militarum fallen into the Plague God, a detachment of the Death Company is sent to buy time before the total loss of the...

Sanguinius, The Great Angel

Sanguinius, The Great Angel

Sanguinius, The Great Angel, Primarch of the 9th Legion "Sanguinius rose like a golden storm, vengeance incarnate, the righteous power of a...

Sanguinius

Sanguinius

Did some Primarch fanart drawings last year - here, Sanguinius, Primarch of the Blood Angels. Will probs make a new one soon. Something less...

Blood Angels: Dreadnought

Blood Angels: Dreadnought

Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector Character Portraits Warhammer 40k : Battlesector Character Portraits Few of my favorite portraits created for...

Blood Angels: Librarian Dreadnought

Blood Angels: Librarian Dreadnought

Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector Character Portraits Warhammer 40k : Battlesector Character Portraits Few of my favorite portraits created for...

Blood Angels: Death Company

Blood Angels: Death Company

Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector Character Portraits Warhammer 40k : Battlesector Character Portraits Few of my favorite portraits created for...

Devastation of Baal

Devastation of Baal

The Ultramarines and the Indomidus Crusade arrive on devastated Baal. The battered Blood Angels rally to drive back the Tyranid swarm. Another...

Blood Angels

Blood Angels

Blood Angels Marine created for #dvrkimperivm28 campaign set in WH40K universe. I was inspired by works of John Blanche.