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The glowing crystal on her staff is the absolute best illusion of light that I have ever seen.  We're talking Trompe l'oeil here.

 

Thanks.  Also, thanks for sending me on a google image search that has enriched my life.

 

 

 

I want to see the rest of the army. Please share.

I agree.

 

 

Well, ok.  I think I've posted these images before, but it can't hurt to have them all in one spot.  I painted these in small batches that my client sent me (there was never an opportunity for a full group shot).  The conversions are mostly his (I just did some green stuff work on the largest dinosaur).

 

eldar-6.jpg

 

wraithguard-1.jpg

 

wraithguard-2.jpg

 

 

eldar-1.jpg

 

eldar-2.jpg

 

eldar-5.jpg

 

warhammer-6.jpg

 

 

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