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just finished both my Eldar Bonesinger (the limited edition model ) and Farseer the other day, bases 'n' all ( I don't normally do bases)
anyway, what do we think?
2) Farseer front
3) Farseer back
4) Bonesinger front
5) Bonesinger back
What do we think? Any suggestions? I hate posting pics because they are incredibly unforgiving if you're not good at photos (which I'm not)... they really do (honest!) look better in person - I'm just hoping i've done the models (particularly the bone-singer) justice.
I've gone for an Ulthwe theme, but done both as if they were wearing coats or cloaks, hence the brown, with their actual craft-world colours underneath. I'm not very good at actually basing models, as the stuff tends to not look that good or come off... so I've gone for a painted base here, to represent a tiled floor... proportions might be a tad uneven, but these are my first two ever so...yeah.
Anyway, I'll leave 'em open for comments! Hope you like them
My first thought... Well, actually, it was 'they look pretty good'.
Okay, then, my second thought was that, where you've painted the bone over the brown, it sometimes looks like you've left a bit too much brown showing. It doesn't actually look to bad, though, but maybe the pistol and shoulder pads on the farseer could be neatened up a little? Might be just the angles...
On the photography side of things, it looks like you're using a flash, yes? Flashes and miniature photography don't seem to work spectacularly well together, from what I've seen. If you take two desk lamps (or two of the same types of lights, whatever you have on hand) and point them at the models - to the left and right of the camera, about 45 degrees out - you should still get the light you need to take your photos without the harsh flash spoiling things for you.
If that doesn't make sense I'm sure there are some other guides out there that will.
But yeah, the models look pretty decent. Always been a fan of that bonesinger and you've done a neat job of it.