What Baroque style are you referencing?! Purples, lavenders, and mint green? Where are the murals? All I see is filigree. The Baroque style is characterized by Beautiful murals and Light stones and marbles and wide clear glass windows to illuminate the beauty of the Lord's creation as opposed to the previous dominant style (Gothic) which was characterized by dark stones and marbles with beautiful stained glass windows that were meant to show congregations that the only light comes from the Biblical stories and characters who were frequently (if not exclusively) the objects of those stain glass artifices. Grey Knights are Silver because Silver is classically repellent to the darker shades of magic as well as empryeanic critters and their terrestrial progeny. I don't mean to impinge upon your hobby, but that's not any baroque I've seen... are you thinking of the rococo style? The overall composition of it if very well finessed; however, so well done in that regard.
Yeh i was reading the codex the other day and somewhere there was this passage that says The grey knights are baroque or something. So then you know, I exagerated that a bit... and made it almost rococo.
Whoa! Awsome detail! Love the way that during the baroque era they saw their weapons as pieces of art. And the way that you incorporated that into the 40k universe. I went to a swedish castle called Skokloster (google it for inspiration) a few summers ago and they have the most impressive armory! Was inspired to draw the two pistols of Carl Gustaf Wrangel, the collector of most of the pieces in the armory. Not as impressive as your piece of art here, but in the same style [link]