Costume :Eldar Warlock
Variant :Biel-Tan
Source :Warhammer 40,000
Progress :Complete
Worn At :None

Costume Photos

Wraithbone and bag




Costume Information

An Eldar Warlock from the craftworld of Biel-Tan.


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This looks really good, theres not nearly enough 40k cosplay out there!

by Leadmill on Tuesday, 29 September, 2009 - 11:10

Thanks, and yeah, it's a shame, 40k characters have such awesome costumes, it needs more love =D

by Anggul on Tuesday, 29 September, 2009 - 12:14
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great choice looking pretty sweet aswell

by Defrain on Tuesday, 29 September, 2009 - 12:26
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Dude! Awesome!
I love the Eldar! I'm planning a Eldar Harlequin cosplay for the future! ^^

by eternal_aranel on Tuesday, 29 September, 2009 - 16:15

Thanks (:

Heh, me too, seems every Eldar lover does XD

Probably because Harlequins are awesome. Problem is, all the ones I've seen so far are just the harlequin-pattern clothes and a mask. No flip-belts or harlequin's kisses or giant mowhawks XD

I will though, I love harlequins kisses, they're so horrible yet so kickass XD

by Anggul on Tuesday, 29 September, 2009 - 17:01
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Ohmygod *w*
Eldar designs are easily the best in 40k!

by MikeJenks on Friday, 18 December, 2009 - 15:47

Thanks! Soon to start work on my Dire Avenger Exarch armour ^_^

by Anggul on Saturday, 19 December, 2009 - 22:27
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...If this were Facebook I would 'Like' this :D

by Bulletproof_Punk on Sunday, 4 July, 2010 - 13:55


Done... pretty much (Posted 29th September 2009)

Finished everything, apart from the fact that I want to add more jaw to the helmet, so currently the mask isn't on, I'm going to make it detachable with magnet, so I can have the luxury of peripheral vision. =D

Almost done (Posted 26th September 2009)

Completely forgot about the journal thing, got too into making it ^^;

Finished all but the helmet now, will do the helmet today. Or at least I hope I'll finish it, seeing as Games Day is tomorrow =D

Robes (Posted 17th September 2009)

Made the robes, apart from the collar, I'll basically cut out a rectangle of styrene, put it inside a fabric cover, and attach it to the neck of the robe, the styrene inside will make it stay up, just like in my Kratos Aurion costume, works better than any starching. :D

Beginning (Posted 14th September 2009)

I've made the pauldrons and chest-plate out of styrene. I'm not entirely sure if I'll even use the chest-plate yet, it depends how I end up making the wraithbone. I'll get material to cover the armour later, but for now, on to the robes.