Dark Elves were my first WFB army about 6 years ago, and I've since added sizeable quantities of Wood Elves and a good amount of High Elves too. The photos I'm uploading tonight are mostly not recent ones, as my painting focus has been elsewhere the last couple of years.
When the End Times came along, my idea was to combine the forces into one Host of the Eternity King, but I've never actually ended up playing that way. Nevertheless, the colour schemes are intended to allow them to work together - the Dark Elves are Purple/Green, Wood Elves Green/White, and High Elves Purple/White. Red is used across all three to pick out units with a special allegiance (e.g. Khainite Dark Elves).
I'll start with the first WFB units I ever painted - Dark Elf Warriors. There are some terrible attempts (or non-attempts) at eyes across a few of my early units, badly tanned Dark Elves, and awful banners - the painting standard is well off what I'd like to think mine is now, but they look okay on the tabletop.
On the Khainite theme, 11 Executioners, and Shadowblade - both the old versions of the models. Also, an unpainted converted Death Hag (Avatars of War model with Witch Elf head and weapon from the Cauldron of Blood kit):
Treekin - converted with some extra Dryad parts to make them a little bulkier and more interesting:
Old school Treeman - again converted with some Dryad bits plus some railway modelling tree bits:
Mage (Mordheim one):
Converted Glade Captain on Eagle - Eldaroth:
Darkweaver on Unicorn, unpainted so far - the mount is the Warploque Miniatures "Unithorn" so will be painted similar to the Dryads etc. The rider is Glade Rider legs, Sisters of the Thorn body and arms, High Elf Mage staff, Glade Guard cloak, and Sisters of Averlorn head. Plus various bits on the base:
The unpainted riders for my Warhawk Riders - I'm using more of the Hobbit Eagles for the warhawks: