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cool army, they look great together. I like the tall grass and the strong colours. Some parts look a bit messy when seen as a individual model, but thats no big deal when it comes to army painting. Still the second model from the last looks really strange. I have a hard time make out the details because it looks a bit to messy. Also the colours are a bit of from the rest of the army. One problem is that you have so many different colours on him, I can understand if he looks better in real, but still I believe he is your weakest model.
Anyway good job over al and I like the display table
Keep the paint diluted and thin :)
(first rule in Zentradis book of painting)
Its always great to complete an army, it gives you that buzz!
Could I suggest next time when you make a display base, try using a layer of cork over the top, this way you can cut out slots for the bases so the models look like the are walking on the same level.
They are on foamcore, so I could cut out the slots for them. I did that on my last army, but I moslty did it for stability. It wasn't really that necessary though. I guess I didn't think it did a lot aesthetically.