Though the Sanctum Imperialis appears as dark and gothic in construction as any of the Imperium’s hallowed buildings, it is in the truth a beacon to the devout. Statues of saints adorn it in great number, and the holy eale of the God-Emperor himself guards its walls and portals, against evil spirits and sorceries. In the tumult of battle, the spiritual light radiated by such a building becomes more literal. When the citizens of the Imperium need it most, a ghostly nimbus emanates not only from the autolumins at its gate, but also from the stone lanterns and censers borne by the figures in its walls. it is said that this is the light of the Emperor himself, and that it can drive away both physical and spiritual darkness.
I decided to try my hand at the figures that flank the windows on the Sanctum model. I was not entirely unsuccessful but there are still many ways in which I need to learn and practice. In the end I made some creative choices that I feel are fully in character, if not getting the parts exactly like the original.
I remodeled the entire building from scratch, carefully regulating the size of the parts to fit with existing Games Workshop bitz.
Friends, I gotta level with you. These models don't just come out of the computer at the stroke of a button. Rather, I have spent countless hours in front of my screen learning my skills and building these pieces. As much as I enjoy this work, it takes away from other opportunities.
I simply cannot keep building these models without paying to keep the lights on. If you appreciate my models and would like me to continue making them available for your use on the tabletop, please consider a tip.