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So here's my extensively converted, painstakingly well-painted (I think) Eldar Farseer. Let's see what everyone thinks.
Please ignore the fact that the left arm is held on with Blu-tack and there is an annoying black blemish on the sword, I intend to rectify these things ASAP (I just don't have any superglue ATM). The pictures aren't wonderful either so you can't see all the detail, but trust me it's there
Excellent conversion and paint job!
"Into the fires of battle, unto the anvil of war!"
-This space for rent-
Salamander project log
Nicely done! great job, but proabably make the wraith bone a little lighter (mainly on helmet)
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Yeah man, LOVE the conversion, espeically how the feet are so visible, makes it look far less static and... Well I'm not sure but I just like it
The paintjob is very good, the wraithbone on the chest looks great, but the helmet looks a little funny.
Why would I not want to use the Bonesinger? The model by itself is brilliant, and with the conversions I think it looks even better. Plus I found one cheap on Ebay. I'm really pleased with the way it turned out, actually, looking at it now.
i like it a lot...
30 $ is cheap for a bonesinger? i ask because at my hobby center have 2 at 30 $ each (or a little below) and i thought is a little pricey.
Hight elf and Craftworld Eldar army project pics heavy: linky