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This conversion was originally made to represent Bel-Annath, an Eldar Farseer described in Forge World's Imperial Armour Volume 11: The Doom of Mymeara. He is a warlike Farseer who previously served as an Autarch, after following several different warrior Aspect paths first. To this end, the conversion looks a little different to the other Eldar Farseers. He is dressed in more dynamic, loose-fitting garb with a high military-style collar and an outstretched hand casting a pyschic power as he launches himself forwards into battle. This conversion now represents a similarly militaristic Farseer from my own craftworld, Miruaun.

date: 2012-present (work-in-progress)
components: 1x Eldar Farseer spear, 1x Forge World Eldar Revenant Titan mask, 1x Eldar Shining Spear Exarch torso, 1x Eldar Prince Yriel body, 1x plastic Farseer left forearm, 1x plastic Farseer torso, Green Stuff, brass rod, 40mm round base

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Converted Eldar Farseer standing on Eldar Titan mask
1. Similar to some of my other HQ conversions, this Farseer also stands on part of a wrecked Revenant Titan.
Converted Eldar Farseer
3. A close-up of the Farseer. The detailing on the original Prince Yriel miniature includes runes from the Dire Avenger and Striking Scorpion warrior aspects; this Farseer previously walked those Paths before becoming a Farseer.
Converted Eldar Farseer
4. A side view of the conversion in progress.
Converted Eldar Farseer
5. View from the back.
Converted Eldar Farseer ruined Titan base
6. A close-up of the ruined Titan mask on the base. I used a craft knife to carefully hack away at the large gem so that it appears to be cracked and shattered.
Converted Eldar Farseer Bel-Annath arm close-up
8. A close-up view of the remodelled arm.
Converted Eldar Farseer Bel-Annath
9. A view of the sculpting on the back of the miniature.
Converted Eldar Farseer Bel-Annath
10. The completed Farseer conversion.
Converted Eldar Farseer Bel-Annath
11. The Farseer is now ready for painting in the Craftworld Miruaun colours.

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