It’s a G-g-g-g-ghost Ship!
The Shadewraith is always painted greenish-white to some extent because it’s the Flying Dutchman and all. With this one I tried to turn up the super- (or un- if you prefer) natural look up several nudges and went for an extra glowy look. Good times with oil paints.
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Sigur is a full-time professional painter and founder of Battle Brush Studios. As a passionate wargamer he champions variety in miniature gaming, be it figuress, rules sets or hobby supplies. His collection includes a variety of scales, historical periods and settings, such as Space Orks, Imperial Guard, Sisters of Battle, Dark Elves, Ancient Persians, Thirty Years War, Napoleonics, WW2 and much more.
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@matt: Cheers, I thought it was time for a slightly different approach.
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I like it! Nice break from all the pale/lime green paint jobs one typically sees