I’m back at home and finished the three Guardians I took to my parents. After this little Eldar intermezzo I’m going to continue work on the Venerable Dreadnought. After the Dreadnought there will be seven more Guardians, a weapon platform and a Warlock of course.
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richtig cool. da kann man gespannt auf den rest warten! 🙂
Hi, das Tutorial ist hier: http://stahlyspaintstation.blogspot.com/2010/04/eldar-tutorial.html
Zuerst mit Scorched Brown bemalt, danach mit P3 Beast Hide und Jack Bone trockengebürstet.
the colour and contrast is astounding!
I know this is many years down the road for this post, but I noticed that you kept the heads of the two Eldar on while painting the rest of the figures. My assumption is that it gives you better access to the heads/helmets as well as other areas. Do you have suggestions as to when to mount head, arms, weapons, torsos, etc. I've noticed that people who put military models together that often they paint the models on the sprue and then put them together later. Also, any special precautions on mounting painted heads/arms/weapons to arms,torsos, etc?
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