Tutorial: How to paint bone-white Aeldari Webway Gates
In this post I’ll show you how to paint Aeldari Webway Gates fast and easy. You’ll learn not only how to paint pale ivory wraithbone with drybrushing, but also how to paint scarlet gems and turquoise energy orbs. Find out more in this tutorial.
Showcase: Aeldari Webway Gates (incl. paint recipes)
Here are my Aeldari Webway Gates, painted in a pale wraithbone colour that matches the colour scheme of the broken Aeldari architecture of the bases of my Craftworld Iybraesil and Ulthwé collection. In this post, I’ll share all my paint recipes if you want to paint yours in a similar style.
Review: Aeldari Webway Gates
In this review, we’ll have a look at an army specific scenery piece, the Aeldari Webway Gates, originally released in 2018. This is an absolutely enormous Xenos terrain set, and an option for both Eldar Craftworlds, Aeldari Harlequins, and Drukhari Dark Eldar.
Showcase: Eldar/Aeldari Howling Banshees of Craftworld Ulthwé (incl. paint recipes)
Anger rises. Death wakes. Painting… calls. I just finished a small squad of the new plastic Howling Banshees in a Ynnari-themed Craftworld Ulthwé scheme inspired by the 2nd Edition era ‘Eavy Metal models. And holy Emperor, these death-dealing ladies take a while to do them justice. Check out all the pictures plus the complete list of paint recipes.
Review: Eldar/Aeldari Craftworlds Howling Banshees kit
If you ask an Eldar collector what she*he wants, she*he will tell you this: plastic Aspect Warriors. In 2020, Games Workshop heard our plea and, after 14 years, released another Aeldari warrior aspect in plastic: Howling Banshees, harbingers of woe, arguably one of the most iconic Craftworlds units. In this (overly) detailed review we take a look at the sprues, the various Exarch options, compare the models to Jes Goodwin’s concept art and also see how they scale with the former metal Banshees and other Aeldari models.
Showcase: Yvraine, Emissary of Ynnead
After a little intermission, we got the next member of the Triumvirate of Ynnead – Yvraine. A darned impressive figure isn’t it. And for us old people GW got out the Gyrinx because they like to throw in bits to make old people happy, don’t…
Showcase: The Visarch, Sword of Ynnead
Heyhey, a while ago I got to paint the Triumvirate of Ynnead. Here’s the first of them, the Visarch. Very impressive (and big) figures. The figures are supposed to go with a Harlequin army I painted earlier. The colour scheme has a decidedly Bavarian bent,…
Showcase: Aeldari/Eldar Spiritseer of Craftwold Iybraesil
With Wake the Dead came this new Spiritseer sculpt, a fantastic upgrade of the older Finecast model. It took a while until I got around painting it, but here we are. Check out more angles after the jump. As you can see, I swapped the…
WIP: Aeldari/Eldar Spiritseer of Craftworld Iybraesil #1
Early WIP of my Iybraesil Spiritseer. Got this model in the Wake the Dead box, but didn’t get around painting it until now. Actually, I haven’t added anything to my Iybraesil collection for quite a while, sad. So it was about time 😉 The model…
Showcase: Eldar/Aeldari Craftworld Iybraesil Kill Team
Ily’Haeth Khai: The blade that seeks out weakness – this Asuryani Kill Team from Craftworld Iybraesil was assembled to exploit the enemy’s every error. They follow the directions of by Farseer Ishtá Hanndroth’s scrying without hesitation. Once upon the battlefield, all emotions are suppressed and only…
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