Today, it’s all about Count Noctilus’ flagship itself – the Bloody Reaver!
The small byship (is there a word like that?) is painted in colours to
go with the big ship as always. The freehand on the sail is a bit
different to how I’ve done it the first time around. This time I tried
doing a skull in what is called “three quarter perspective” in German.
Is the English term the same? My dictionary didn’t come up with
Here’s a shot of the sails, mainly because the smaller one is
really hard to see in built form. Here’s where I point out what is
freehanded and what is not – Thee scrolls, skeletal emblems and so on
are all cast onto the sails. The text is all freehanded.
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