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  1. I'm really sorry to answer 3 months later, but i didn't get(or see🤐) the notifications! Sorry again! For the wood: -base: rinox hide -steel legion, with the few first strokes very thin. -then steel legion+bone and steel legion+++bone for the "lines"! Masks: base: steel legion+very little black -steel legion -steel legion+bone -bone -thin glaze in certain spot with warpstone freen I used the same method/colours as the tree-revenants! So the light wood it's like above, and for the dark wood: -base:
  2. Thanks a lot for the comments! Here are the next two (in spoiler there are a few photot in various angles):
  3. @knightish Tnx! I had not thought about it, but now that you said it yes, i could try! Unfortunately this is the only wraith/spirit on the dryads i made! Thanks again!
  4. Tnx again! Here is my first painted dryad, i used the same colours of the tree-revenants; hope you like it!
  5. Tnx again to everyone! Here are the dryads i talked about in the first post, in the spoiler the "close-up" ones and one "in color" ahah: They are made with bits of my old dryads that i never completed(this is why some parts are painted) and the bodies of the crypt ghouls! And of course some green stuff here and there. I hope you like them, despite the bad photos ahah!
  6. Thanks! For the green you are right about the "skin": i used a base of red and black (like 20/80) and then highlight with red and white until pure white for the lines, and finally a light glaze of warp green! While for the green on the rest of the models(the wood) i did the following: rhinox --> rhinox+warpstone --> warpstone --> warpstone+ushabti bone(more bone of course!). And on some branches a glaze of yellow. I hope i'm making myself clear ahah! Thanks again!
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    A "close-up" of the bases
  8. Thanks you all! For the masks i use green stuff, the base are dryad heads! Here a photo: A very simple conversion!
  9. Hi to everyone! I joined this forum like 2 years ago and never post anything(), so i'd say it's finally time now lol! I always been a big elves fan, specifically wood elf, and they were my first warhammer fantasy army/love, so the sylvaneth were the obvious and right choice for my first aos models. Here are the photos of the tree-revenants i made one year ago, hope you like them(of course any tips/comment is very welcome!). Now i'm working on some dryads, in the next few day i'll post it (still wip); in this topic i will
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