@InkubPendragon Good thing you bumped this thread up, very cool stuff here! I went through the whole blog, you are responsible getting my girlfriend mad since I just stared your minis, drooling all over, not listening to her stuff haha But anyways, one thing I want to see is an army shot. Then we can see just how well your troops bind together with your chosen color scheme. I hope you keep this thing going!
Thanks a lot Sessioni. Taking photo of my whole army is a little problematic, I don't have a proper lightning and a table I'm afraid. And I'm almost without special units But I will try in coming months
Here are three bases of my new ghosts painted lately, very easy and fast method, I waited more for paint to dry then painted them actually. There will be a tutorial showing this method on my blog in this week too.
Another ghosts, very old one this time. I repainted him and other old ghosts in order to better show them on single bases, which will be used in skirmish games, like Frostgrave. This particular was also used for taking photos for etheral painting tutorial, which I will publish on my blog tomorrow.
@Borgnine - new ghosts are flatter from two reasons. First - they are much smoother then older ghosts. Second - green wash, final step in the tutorial, was applied in very, very, very limited quantity and areas.