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here is my second Farseer on Jetbike for my Saim-Hann army ( (Mayor Quimby's Saim-Hann army WIP)link to the WIP thread), made of spare bits from my bits box.
The Jetbike is made of a jetbike canopy, shuriken catapult from an Eldar Grav-tank, random broken jetbike bits, a piece of an Eldar missile launcher and a piece of plasticard for the fin on the back.
The Farseer is a female Eldar Guardian, an Eldar Bonesinger head, legs from a jetbike pilot, right arm from a Dire Avenger and cloth pieces from the Storm Guardian metal sprue.
The sword and spear come from metal Warlocks, converted to make my Farseer left-handed and magnetized.
Here are a couple of pics more:
Hope you like it, if you want to see my first Farseer on jetbike here is a link.
As always, comments and criticism are strongly appreciated!
As usual I find no fault with your painting, it looks really well done. The choice of colours work well together. I believe I mentioned this in the modelling thread for this guy you had, I personally dislike the pose of the rider. It seems awkward and unnatural. But other than that, great work!
Nice, clean and dynamic. Looks great!
"Into the fires of battle, unto the anvil of war!"
-This space for rent-
Salamander project log
Man that looks uncomfortable.
I believe that what you are sweeping is not the riding pose, but the melee attack pose.. Sort of like knights of old would do as they rode by to attempt a decapitation of someone much lower than themself.
Love it, particularly the gem-y goodness.
I think it looks like he's just discovered a strange rattling noise and is trying to work out where it is coming from.
Cervantes: In order to attain the impossible, one must attempt the absurd.
I agree about the pose also. if you base the bike tilted like its banking hard left the pose would look more natural i think. the paint job is immaculate though
I think this leaned forward-pose is the sole reason why GW haven't released that prototype Guardian jetbike. It just doesn't look right for Farseers and Warlocks.
Nothing wrong with the painting though. Top notch, as usual.