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here is my Rangers unit for my Eldar Saim-Hann army (link (Mayor Quimby's Saim-Hann army WIP) to thread in the WIP forum).
Painting them took a lot of time, since the models are full of details. I think they are among the best sculpts in the Eldar range (the Striking Scorpions are my favourite unit), even if they are slightly taller of the other Eldar units.
I made a mini-diorama with removable bases for two of them, the final result is quite nice even if it took a while to convert and assemble everything.
Here are some close-up pics of the Rangers...
...and here is a pic of the diorama without the Rangers on it.
I hope you like them, as always comments, feedback and constructive criticism are appreciated!
Last edited by Mayor Quimby; January 11th, 2010 at 16:05.
These are really great.
Very nice! Good clean colours and a good selection of them.
Terrain bases look real tidy too.
But I call to God, and the LORD saves me.
Wow. Those are fantastic! The terrain pieces came out really good.
"Into the fires of battle, unto the anvil of war!"
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Salamander project log
I like your method of incorporating the models into the diorama.. I have been trying to figure out how to base my BT's for a diorama, and now I think I am going to steal this from you...
The only dilemma I see is that each mini will have to have a designated spot on the diorama unless I can make each base the same...
Oh well.. it works wonderfully for yours.. And the free hand patterns on the cloaks add a lot to the character..
Very cool! That diorama is just to awesome.
One thing though, I think some of the freehanded lines on the cloaks could be a bit neater. Using a few more darker shades to outline them wouldn't make them contrast as much with the darker parts as they do know and it would make them look more like camouflage IMO. The lines could also use more highlighting/shading on the lines themselves.
But overall, top-notch. They look great together.
Good work. A nice choice of colours, and very neat indeed. I also really like the 'autumn' feel to them, and the diorama is great.
2500 points of Empire for ToXG: Points painted for month 4: 0 Points painted overall: 510
Excellent work - Rep for you!
Good work on the diorama!
Gorgeous. Absolutely gorgeous. Reps for you, sir.
Eldar Project Log
Saim-Hann Eldar: 5000 Points