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    Eldar paint scheme

    Right...i'm starting an Eldar army to show off my painting skills. I've got the scheme down to four different one's and now need your help picking. I've attrached them in this thread.
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    id go for the black/bleached bone ulthwé-ish color scheme, as the brown looks too dull, i dont see a metallic working well for some parts, and the dark red and black looks to evil. anyways, just my opinion
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    I would totally agree with thedeadmonky... I really like the ulthwé-ish color scheme... and the color scheme actual has an evil "air" surrounding it...
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    i think the white scheme would work great if you kept the (cloth?) part just white, instead of adding silver to it.. also, white is a hard color to get to look good, to if you're trying to show off your skills, i might suggest the bleached bone/white scheme
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    To completely disagree, I think the brown could work, but only with a much lighter contrast colour, maybe a graveyard earth/BBone mix?
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    I like the Mith/Bleached Bone combo, Give him a yellow helmet and he will look fine.

    Also i keep seeing people post pictures of these templates, where do yous get them from?

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    Do the dark brown scheme! They`ll look real menacing.. Just make sure you use a real contrasting colour for weapons etc.

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