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eldar warlock skyrunners

These three Warlock Skyrunners have been assembled virtually unaltered.

date: 2015-present (work-in-progress)
components: 3x Warlock Skyrunners, Green Stuff

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Eldar Warlock Skyrunners
1. A work-in-progress shot of the Warlock Skyrunners.
Eldar Warlock with Witchblade on Skyrunner
2. This Warlock was assembled without any conversion work.
Eldar Warlock with Singing Spear on Skyrunner
3. Warlock with Singing Spear on Skyrunner.
Eldar Warlock with Witchblade on Skyrunner
4. Some minor conversion and sculpting work was needed around the right shoulder in order to reposition the sword arm of this second Warlock armed with a Witchblade.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner flying bases
5. The scenic bases for the Warlock Skyrunners. All three have been shortened so that the Skyrunners are closer to the ground - the unaltered stems are too tall in my opinion.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunners
6. The completed squad of three Warlock Skyrunners. The twin-linked shuriken catapults will be painted separately and then glued in place.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner conversion
7. Warlock Skyrunner with Witchblade.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
8. Warlock Skyrunner with Witchblade.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
9. Warlock Skyrunner with Singing Spear.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunners
10. All three Warlock Skyrunners have now been undercoated.
Magnetised Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
11. This close-up view shows the magnetised flying stem. I have used the same technique on all of my jetbikes.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner painting WIP
12. A work-in-progress picture, highlighting the blending on the skyrunner's carapace.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner painting WIP
13. Top-down view of the carapace. I was very pleased with how the graduated shadows turned out; I'd been initially doubtful that I would be able to achieve it, but I was very keen to have a predominantely white carapace on the skyrunners.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
14. The first of my three Warlock Skyrunners to be fully painted.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
15. A close-up view of the completed skyrunner carapace.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
16. The control panels were painted in the same turquoise colours that I used on the interior controls of the Pegasus.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
17. This custom Miruaun transfer fits perfectly on the bulbous area at the rear of the jetbike.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
18. An underside shot of the completed jetbike. As this unit cannot switch out the standard twin-linked shuriken catapults for other weaponry, they have been glued in place, rather than attached using magnets.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
19. A close-up of the rider and his witchblade.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
20. A view of the other side of the witchblade.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
21. Left elevation of the completed model.
Eldar Warlock Skyrunner
22. Right elevation of the model. This colour scheme will be repeated on my other jetbikes and closely matches the other vehicles that I have already completed.


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