The Ghost, on a 40×40 base with a metal tombstone (don’t know the make, it was found among a lot of old unpainted scenery stuff I have in a box under the cellar stairs.)
This will also do nicely for a Spirit Host in Warhammer.
The bendyness of the Bones material was a bit of a problem when drybrushing, as it would not stay still!
It has been boiled and repositioned to have a more downward look (presumably at the poor souls that disturbed the spirit) and also twisted slightly to make it come out at a better angle from the tombstone in it’s base.
Here I have been playing around with some new paints I just bought, two sets from Vallejo Game Colour -Advanced and Specialist. First impressions are mixed, as some of the paints need a serious amount of shaking, and came out streaky/lumpy, too thin and just not properly mixed, even after a good shaking around. Seems they need a lot more. Maybe they had been stored for ages at the shop or distributor.
A small tuft of Meadow Flowers from Army Painter made a nich touch in front of the tombstone.