Usually my gold and blue elves have grey cloth and all the heroes and captains have something light green on them. I decided to paint the cloth light green on this King's Guard to mark them nobler than regular warriors - eligible to wear that beautiful light green color.
Here are the first three, all bowmen. Yes, the King's Guard have a better close combat skill, their missile skill is not affected, so choosing bowmen is very clever. Also, a regular high elf warrior is usually better fighter than any evil warrior, so the extra point on fighting is rarely important.
|Haldir is a special character, so I put some extra effort on his face. He is also wearing a traditional blueish chain mail.|
4 times 28mm miniature should give me 20 points and put me officially over my 500 point target. There are still some bonus points coming from the Bonus rounds and time is running out, so I won't be putting a new target anymore. I'll try to squeeze one more entry on Sunday.
Nice work Teemu and a big congratulations on hitting your points target! I like the various colour schemes you use for your High Elves. I particularly admire how you've done the muted tones of the metalwork. I had to smile at seeing the recycling logo in the photos - it somehow seems a very fitting backdrop for Elves. :)