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The highlights look a bit thick from there, but I would bet they look thinner in person.
From personal experience I find the highlights tend to grow in size on picture...
Also, the poses they're in look a bit odd...
Other than that, a clean job. Now you need to base them and they would look very good.
I would highly recommend you figure basing into the overall prep for the model. It is my opinion that basing added on after painting - well... looks added on.
As for the figures - they look like table quality figures. The highlights are a bit too extreme for my taste. The picture is at an odd angle and the figures are rather small so a proper critique is not really possible.
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if you highlighted it all with a darker blue, it would look much better, plus it would give that look of night-time (which happens to fit the dark eldar very nicely ).
if you put the sand on after painting..
when the gleu is dry put brown ink over the sand then some bubonic brown followed by a drybrush of komandher kaki or something