I finished the Dreeadfleet terrain. This was an exercise in precision drybrushing. Got some nice soft subtle colouring on the rocks by using an old fish-tailed GW tank brush. Read on to discover how I painted the wrecks.
I’m most pleased with the ghostly ship wrecks though. I started with a basecoat of Vallejo Game Colour Rotting Flesh + Bonewhite. I used Vallejo Fluorescent Green added some Glaze Medium and washed it over all the ship wrecks. Once it had dried I dry brushed some VGC Off White over them. It’s created a really nice ethereal glow to them. I’m going to paint the Shadewraith ship in exactly the same way.
Here’s a pic of the Warships I’ve painted so far about to run aground on wrecks and Islands.
Ahh, just great. My ships are still on the sprues. I've got a hole load of savage Orcs to paint up. Any tips for a vibrant green skin?
It's your lucky day whitespyre! I wrote a tutorial on painting vibrant green Orc skin recently.
Here's the link.
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