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Acid_Nine

Painting a shipwreck

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Hello, I am kinda stuck on what to do for my idoneth's shipwreck paintscheme wise. I already primed it white, but now I have no clue what else to do. I'm thinking nightshade gloom and that's it, but it may be too simple for my army. I want it to be a ghost ship but not so detailed it stands out above my other stuff, you know?

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Hum... I don't know how helpful it will be to you. But even though I haven't finished mine I thought if was amazing how dry brushing got you far with it. If you have a blue spray (the fang for example) I would recommend spraying it with that and gradually building your white/lighter blue/green colours. 

If you don't various shades and nighthaunt gloom, mixed with lahmian medium to vary the effects, followed by drybrush should do the trick. 

Hope it helps !

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Alright I got the nightshade gloom, but I'm worried it would be too much for it? Is there any tips for using it?

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If your worried about it being to dark, let it down with lahmian medium 50/50, would take more coats but would be lighter on the raised areas.

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Well I decided to just go for it with nighthaunt gloom and, well, it certainly is gloomy. I have my doubts but people are saying it looks awesome so who am I to judge?

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