Returned for a while...to give some advices on painting.
The first that you should always check your minis about moulding lines. The line on the first spearman is a bit disturbing. Not a hard work, but you can improve the quality of your finished models drastically.
The second is that you should use ogryn flesh (or any other similar ink wash if you prefer not the GW's products) on the faces of the elves. It will give a depth to them, with little effort.
And you also have to practice drybrushing, or use highlighting on little surfaces as the cape (or what is under their scale mail), and also on the other clothings on your army. Believe me, it's so easy. Just undercoat with midnight blue and paint the upper parts with enchanted or whatsoever blue, then if you're not quite satisfied with it, give him a blue ink wash.
I hope that I'm wrong, but for god's sake, never paint yellow on a black undercoat
Coat it with bad, or grey, dark yellow or maybe light brown, and yellow is just after them. I suck with yellow, as many others do, but believe me, even the right undercoat can make the yellow a bit brighter and cooler.
I don't know if you've finished the spearman champion, but the runes on the sword may need some colouring, according to your army scheme, light blue might be the best.
Your conversions are cool, I love the hero and the mounted BSB. Keep up good work with them, I wish you good luck.
I hope that you will take it as constructive criticism, and not trolling
If you need any advice on painting, feel free to ask. I have some high elves at home (unpainted) so I can show you the technics that I've described to you.