Blazinghand's Blue Craftworld Eldar

Started by Blazinghand, September 18, 2017, 08:58:44 PM

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magenb

They look good. I've noticed people using a slightly darker primer, then they do a really quick squirt of lighter primer from above to make more of a transition.

Looshkin

For a couple of hours' work, they look great! I bet the group were chuffed to bits all having painted minis.
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Blazinghand

I've been pretty sidetracked from my Craftworld Eldar and my Aelves!

Some minis I've painted for general use:




These were more resin reaper minis. I still had to straighten out the valkyrie's weapon when I took the photos, but some warm water and a little bending did the trick.

My latest work on some minis for Warhammer Fantasy RPG:



This old school sigmarite priest mini is ready for combat! the tiny warhammer pales in comparison to what GW makes today.


I've also worked on my perry bros Hwacha/Shingijeon historical Korean rocket artillery minis. The platforms themselves are done, and now I just need to paint the crew:





Re: the High Elves, I've done some base coating on a couple of my Phoenix Guard, but nothing worth photographing yet.
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Nutty

Cool stuff! The DnD minis look like they were fun to paint; especially the cat.

The Eldar are a bit darker & dirtier (like they've been deployed for a long time) than I'm used to seeeing but it gives them a more grizzled feel, and it works really well for them.

What's next in line to be painted?

Myen'Tal

These look pretty cool! Don't really play D&D myself, but I am into the lore and books somewhat, so I can appreciate these :)! Great job, looking forward to what's next!
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Calamity

Fantastic stuff Blazinghand!  I especially like the rocket batteries!  Looking forward to seeing what comes next!  :)

Blazinghand

Now that we're on lockdown out here, I've been able to work on the Samurai Chaos Lord conversion I've been planning for a while...


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Myen'Tal

That looks pretty sweet, Blazinghand! Cannot wait to see the finished model! Him drawing the blade out of the scabbard is so samurai 8).
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magenb

Looking good BH. Are you going to try for a top knot?

Blazinghand

Quote from: magenb on April  8, 2020, 06:22:20 PM
Looking good BH. Are you going to try for a top knot?

I've decided to try something a bit more free-flowing, using the Space Wolf Conversion Kit head with the long hair.



Other than that, the main conversion is replacing the left arm with the Reiver "drawing a combat knife" left arm. To make the blade seem longer, I cut off the end of the sheath and added another sheath to it.
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Dread

I like it, it has pizzazz! Choice of head is cool and the sheath, such a good idea. Can't wait to see him based and all.
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