Oh, well, don't we all love painting logs.
I'm a pathetically slow painter, and I get bored, distracted easily. Yet, I have found, I somehow always return to my Eldar. And many of them are OLD, I mean, they are 12 years old. Well, possibly more old than that, but I entered the hobby exactly 12 years ago!
I don't know how much Eldar stuff I've got. Some of it is painted, and some of that painted stuff should be promptly forgotten forever. It gnaws at me knowing about those terrible, terrible plastic guardians from the mid-nineties, each a clone of its neighbour... them with their chainmail-colored lasguns and that fluorescent, lurid green splattered all over them, for example. But I am Strong. I'm a Survivor. And, most importantly, I have eventually grown into a better painter
After surviving my hatred of 3rd edition, I recently got interested again after years in WH40k, bought an Eldar Codex and started painting and gaming again, and these are the results... I'll post what I have done in the last three months, and I will try to keep this thread alive with anything I'm gonna paint for me, or for my friends, or just for fun. But, mostly, it will be Eldar!
Let's start with the first minis I bought from GW in 5 years... Dark Reapers!
I chose this grayish white over black because I don't dig too much black minis. And after all, white for the Japanese is the color of death too.
This is a close-up of the Exarch. He hates you very much, all of you, but don't you worry, for some reasons when I use him his aim tends to wander quite afield... Well, he hates anyone, he's a bit of an Emo.