Eldar Harlequin Light Troupe rune Eldar Harlequin Troupe Player rune

eldar harlequins

troupe of light

Each of my three Harlequin troupes comprises a full roster of twelve players, armed with a variety of weapons. The majority of the models have been converted in some fashion and I have combined parts from the current plastic kit and older metal models to produce a greater variety of poses.

date: 2008-present (work-in-progress)
components: Metal Harlequins, plastic Harlequins, Howling Banshee sword, Troupe Master sword, Storm Guardian head, Green Stuff, brass rod

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This sword comes from a Howling Banshee. Eldar Harlequin with fusion pistol
1. A Harlequin with a fusion pistol.
Eldar Harlequin with fusion pistol
2. The first Harlequin of the Troupe of Light, now undercoated.
Converted Eldar Harlequin
3. This Harlequin has had his Fusion Pistol swapped for a standard shuriken pistol.
Converted Eldar Harlequin
4. The second player, undercoated.
Converted Eldar Harlequin
6. The third player, now undercoated.
Converted Eldar Harlequin
7. This Harlequin has been assembled to appear as if she is running forwards and uses a mixture of plastic and metal components.
Converted Eldar Harlequin
8. For this conversion, I combined plastic parts with metal legs.
The metal ribbons have been carefully bent to give the model more forward motion. Converted Eldar Harlequin
9. Another view of this conversion. The Harlequin is armed with a neuro disruptor and a Harlequin's Embrace.
Converted Eldar Harlequin
10. This player was converted by combining parts from the plastic and metal Harlequin kits.
A shoulder pad was modelled in Green Stuff. Converted Eldar Harlequin
11. Alternate angle of the sixth player in the troupe.
Eldar Harlequin
12. This Harlequin was assembled from standard plastic components, without any alterations.
Eldar Harlequin
13. Rear view of the seventh player in the troupe.
Converted Eldar Harlequin
15. Rear view of the eighth player.
The leg ws cut out behind the knee and repositioned before being filled with Green Stuff. Converted high-kicking Eldar Harlequin with Harlequin's Kiss conversion
16. This Harlequin has been converted to look as though she is executing a high kick; either as a distraction or an offensive move.
Converted Eldar Harlequin kicking conversion
17. Another angle of the kicking Harlequin.
Converted Eldar Harlequin kicking conversion
18. The high-kicking Harlequin's pose was altered slightly after undercoating. The model now has more forward movement and the gun arm has been lowered.
Converted Eldar Harlequin kicking conversion
19. Side view of the high-kicking Harlequin.
Converted Eldar Harlequin with Harlequin's Kiss
21. Rear view of the conversion for the tenth player.
Converted Eldar Harlequin with Harlequin's Kiss
22. The tenth player, undercoated.
Eldar Harlequin with Harlequin's Kiss
23. This Harlequin was assembled unaltered, using the standard components from the metal kit.
Eldar Harlequin with Harlequin's Kiss
24. The twelfth (and final) player in the troupe was made using plastic and metal parts. The model's pose and the positioning of the Harlequin's Kiss give an impression of movement.
Eldar Harlequin with Harlequin's Kiss
25. Alternative view of the final player in the troupe.


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