I did the first highlight on the hull and added the stripe pattern. Painting Eldar tanks is really exhausting and taking ages. I’m really happy that this one will be the last one.
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"The last one"? From one Saim-Hann player to the other I'd definitely recommend you a second Fire Prism. With the current codex there is no other Eldar battle tank that is more effective. Deploy them in pairs, really. Besides, two of them next to each other painted to your standards would really look awesome! Going through the pain of painting a second one would really be worth it!
It'd be totally sufficient to just paint a second Fire Prism turret since you could use your Falcon chassis for it…
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Nice job, I know how tough it can be to paint those silly things.
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