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Gloomtide shipwreck painted

It took half a pot of Hexwraith Flame to get this one done, but the Gloomtide Shipwreck is now complete

This is another of my rare models which has been painted within a year of purchase. The model comes in two large pieces

These can be used a scatter terrain on a tabletop, or as either scenic or scenario based terrain for dungeon adventure type systems. It’s a nice model and has a lot of presence.

The model was find to paint, and there’s no need to take the ghost ship approach I took, as leaving the model in pieces and painting those up as a regular old shipwreck would look just as good, and provide more tabletop terrain.

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8 comments on “Gloomtide shipwreck painted

  1. Mikko
    May 18, 2019

    Nice work! As you mentioned at the end, I’m looking to paint mine as a regular shipwreck for my Hollywood-historical pirate project. It’s a lovely model, and surprisingly cheap for its size and quality.

    • davekay
      May 18, 2019

      thanks Mikko! Yes it was one of those times where I felt the model was well worth its asking price. It has great table presence.

  2. theimperfectmodeller
    May 19, 2019

    I really like this piece, it has lots of potential. It has got me thinking that’s for sure. If you get really desperate you could always do another for a fish tank 😉

  3. imperialrebelork
    May 19, 2019

    Very cool man. I have the same kit but my plan is to “fix” the ship first haha. Join the two sides. It’s been done before. Again, very nice mate

    • davekay
      May 19, 2019

      You post made me reach over and do a very crude push fit attempt – I think it needs a little work as some bits line up nicely but others get in the way!

      • imperialrebelork
        May 19, 2019

        I think the old lollipop pop sticks will be at hand

  4. Jon
    May 22, 2019

    Man, seeing it like this makes me want to paint a suitably spectral blue/purple one to match my army …

    • davekay
      May 22, 2019

      It’s definitely a model that could have different colour schemes applied and still look great

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