Well its been my day off work today and I've taken the opportunity to finish off a few bits and bobs that I have had kicking around for a while.
My Horned Folk have now got another couple of stands of Beastkin completed including the command stand. I still need to sort out the banner but am going to make unit standards a bit smaller than the hero's banner so that the characters still stand out on the tabletop!
I now only have 6 stands of stuff left to paint for the force I have so am slowly edging towards a complete army for the first time in utterly ages which is rather heartening. I have been rummaging through my bits boxes and have discovered that I also have some Orcs, Goblins and Lizardmen. I believe I may also have some 6mm Skaven proxies somewhere (if I didn't sell them off years ago...)
Next up, here's the first of my Grey Elf chariots:
Its another Irregular Wood Elf miniature that I converted a bit by repositioning the horses and giving the crewman a powerlance instead of a bow. Game wise, these are going to be the equivalent of a light fighting vehicle. Speedy and maneuverable the Grey Elf chariot is going to be shooty but fragile and also carries one of the limited number of powerlances available to the army.
Lastly, I have been beavering away with my Eldar Guardians and am hoping to continue expanding the force as I get the chance. I can't cope with painting them all in a oner as I find repetitive paint schemes very boring but by painting one at a time in between everything else I am painting at the moment, I seem to be managing.
The Three Amigos
The painted helm got added after I noticed that I had made the paint a bit on the thick side for a smooth finish so I cheated and covered it with some interesting designs and it seems to have worked for the most part.
I currently have a Dark Reaper and a Harlequin primed so will see if I can't keep the momentum going with the project!
All the best!