Welcome to Librarium Online!
Join our community of 80,000+ members and take part in the number one resource for Warhammer and Warhammer 40K discussion!
Registering gives you full access to take part in discussions, upload pictures, contact other members and search everything!
I'll GS his arms and joints (including leg joint, etc. on the others) later. Thought I'd throw this up for you guys to see first.
It actually looks strangely proportioned when at table-level, but the parts made it so I can either choose proportional at above-table level, or table-level, and I think the former is better, since we usually stand at a table to play.
Not sure how I want to do the banner yet, so I haven't done that part.
Overall I quite like the look of this kind of army, but of course, Yriel doesn't have a bodyguard unit, so I will use the other models for other purpose. Yes, one of them is from my last conversion thread.
They are very good looking. I think the best thing about them is the poses that they are in, they look very life-like. I agree with lost nemesis that some of the parts are to easy to spot as being from other armies. The banner looks very close to an imperial banner such as Space marines though I think it might be an Elf banner pole.
I suggest that you try to eliminate these ties to other armies. The legs and other Tau bits will look very 'Eldar' with the addition of a few of those Eldar jewels they stick to everything.
Just get rid of the hoves then no one can tell the difference.
Getting rid of the hooves would be a start, sculpting some GS loincloths would cover the distinctive Tau armour plates and would reinforce a more 'regal,' or elite, feel to the models.
Very nice job btw.