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So my Eldar army is getting bigger all the time (now around 2,400 points at last count). Very little is undercoated, but I'm getting there! Here are some pictures of various bits and pieces that I'm working on at present. Some of you may recognise the Avatar from earlier threads (it is based on the iconic Mark Gibbons illustration). Comments welcome
This is my Bonesinger conversion - he's standing atop a ruined Titan mask. The idea is to have a pool of water underneath it and I'm working on a second Farseer standing on top of another Titan mask (sort of a twin thing going on).
Below is my conversion of Karandras - a newer shuriken catapult and a simple re-pose, but I think it works pretty well and makes the model look a lot more 3d.
Next a simple re-base of the Harlequin Troupe Master - this thing towers over other minis and I like the way that it looks as though he's carelessly leaping off a cliff into the fray.
Next, my Avatar. This has taken months and I'm nearing completion (sort of). The base is the focus of my attention now. This was the first conversion I'd done since giving up the hobby back when I was 16. It's turned out better than I'd hoped!
Lastly, this is my first attempt (not finished yet) at painting a mini since I was 16. I'm pretty pleased with it, the sword is maybe a bit too over-done, but I'm pleased with the gems. Whites need darker shadows too.
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Last edited by chandrila; September 19th, 2007 at 18:26. Reason: fixed image sizes
Damn you sir for having good conversion skills . I like the way you've captured the pose of the old Mark Gibbons Avatar sketch, really does imitate that very well.
It also seems like your painting skills are still up to scratch... :drinking:
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
Looks amazing. The fallen termi on the avatar base doesn't look quite right. You need a little blood and/or guts oozing from where the head should be.
Spambot kill tally. . .337
i guess there is the space marine missile launcher hand. just needs the thumb repositioning, or the librarian in terminator armour has a spread out hand, thts if u effectively want to buy an 8 quid(i'm english) hand! but nonetheless i like them ALOT!!!!
have you perhaps seen the forgeworld avatar and the avatar with spear?(i kid you not)
You've made the Avatars hair look a lot better than the original piece...
Just one curious question: Who can afford to sacrifice two titan masks for basing? (save You then?)
My favourites by far are the Avatar and the Bonesinger. The Titan mask idea is really awsome. And that avatar, he just looks dangerous.
Well done mate.
++Death Consumes us all, Only the Weak Fear it++
Thanks for all your comments - I'm glad that you all like what I'm doing :-)
Here are a few more pictures of my latest efforts - I bought a Cloudstrike Squadron at Games Day along with enough Forge World kits to convert them all into Type II Falcons. I'm trying to make each Falcon as loaded with features as possible, so to that end I've:
a.) magnetised the shuriken catapult mounts (to switch between catapults and cannon)
b.) magnetised the turret weapon mount
c.) magnetised the access ramp (they don't stay closed too well)
d.) added thrust vector planes to the engines (for the Vectored Engines rule)
e.) made a fully-detailed interior (the standard interior sucks majorly and looks far too Imperial for my liking)
I've also got a Wave Serpent on the way that I'll be giving a similar treatment to - I'm using the Wave Serpent weapon guards on the Falcon weapons so that I can switch them between vehicles as necessary.
Here are some pics: