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That is a WONDERFULLY CREEPY creation...I love the Spook in the doorway; AND the glowing green is a SPLENDID effect. OUTSTANDING WORK!

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On 11/16/2017 at 12:14 PM, VolksFest said:

Wow! This is a great terrain piece! Please tell how did you get the glowing effect on the floor?

 

The glowing effect was done by starting with the painted floor (gray + black / brown wash).
Once dry, I heavily diluted some white and put it in the crevices so the next colour will pop.
Finally, I put some heavily diluted "neon green" craft paint for it to pool in the crevices, and spread it a bit more with my fingers around the runes to give the osl look.

 

On 11/18/2017 at 2:31 PM, londwch said:

I am amazed at the standard of painting on this site ! This is so good.  How long did it take?

It didn't take that long as it was mostly base coat, wash, dry brush with the exception of the green glow.
I'd say a couple of hours (give or take) without counting the dry time for the washes (that took forever for such a large piece)

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