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here are my latest models: a Howling Banshee unit for my Saim-Hann army (link).
I really like the new Banshees models, which are IMO very dynamic and detailed, painting them was a lot of fun. The official scheme was a little too bright, so I toned down it a little... I like it much better this way.
All the Saim-Hann models I painted so far have clear flying bases, so I gave a lot of attention to the ruin bases of my Banshees... I am quite pleased of the result.
Here are more pics, click on the thumbnails to enlarge.
Hope you like them, as usual tips, feedback and constructive criticism are strongly encouraged!
They are, quite frankly, stunning!
Seriously man, thats some amazing painting and basing skills right there.
Herald of the Colonel; Festooned with pistols, riddled with vermin, and finger lickin' good...
Wow, looks great. What materials and techniques did you use to create the bases?
Subdued pallet work, very very nice, not seen any done better in this style mate, rep
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I really like them. I don't much care for Eldar in general but these look very nice. In particular I think you have made the ruins look great and an integral part of the figure. Kudos!
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Very nice work on the bases and with the paint, congrats!
Thank you everybody for your comments, I really appreciate them!
@ kosmon - for my bases I used pieces of Pegasus Hobbies Gothic City Ruins (link), pieces from plastic sheets of paved street (York Stone Paving, link), flock leaves (Ivy Leaves, link), and sand.
The ruins are painted using Codex Grey as the main color, adding browns, greens and reds for a more natural look. I highlighted them adding Bleached Bone to the mix... since I used Bleached Bone as the main color for the armor, this "ties" the models to the bases.
@ Cheredanine - thank you a lot! As a sidenote, your comment about the harsh highlighting on my other Saim-Hann models really motivated me... I paid more attention to blending this time
That is what could be called a very tasteful and balanced color palette! Your whole Eldar army looks splendid