Hey guys, over the time we’ve did quite a lot of tutorials on Tale of Painters. Today we’ve collected our best Eldar related tutorials in one handy post – a useful resource if you’re about to start collecting a warhost of the craftworlds.
How to paint Craftworld Saim-Hann (as pictured above)
How to paint Craftworld Iybraesil
How to paint Imperial Fists (contains useful techniques for painting Iyanden)
How to paint force weapons(also handy for painting witchblades)
Hope you enjoy our tutorials. Check out the tutorial section, you can find many more there.
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Hey Alun, check out my Death Company tutorial for some advice on painting black and red! http://taleofpainters.blogspot.de/2015/04/tutorial-how-to-paint-blood-angels.html
Nice Job! How about a Biel-Tan tutorial for vehicles or big troops?
Any reason why the Dark Eldar tutorial was taken down? I would like to paint my Dark Eldar similarly.
Hey there, try this link: http://taleofpainters.blogspot.de/2016/07/tutorial-how-to-paint-dark-eldar.html
Heyas! Great site and great tutorials! Your models look fantastic!! I was wondering if you have any tutorials or tips for painting Biel Tan Eldar. I'm having trouble with the white armour. Thanks.
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Any helpful hints for old Ulthwé colours?