These three plastic miniatures are made by “Wizkids” and are part of their “Heroclix” range of pre-painted figures. Once rebased I applied several thin layers of “Vallejo” White over The Gentleman Ghost in order to ensure a smooth(ish) covering all over his transparent sculpt. I then liberally washed the model with Pale Grey before dry-brushing it with more White.
Chemo, who stands an impressive 70mm in height, was initially undercoated with “Vallejo” Heavy Green before being thoroughly washed with Green Shade. I wasn’t terribly happy with how this transparent acrylic dried out. So I dabbed a load of “Citadel” Thrakka Green over the towering mass of chemical by-products and this seemed to really help bring out all the swirling detail which was on the model. I was then going to dry-brush the behemoth with more “Vallejo” Heavy Green. But in the end thought that would ruin or at least cover a lot of model’s blotchiness, so I simply picked out the super-villain’s eyes with spots of Dark Vermillion.
Lastly this model of Johann Kraus from the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense was undercoated with “Vallejo” Heavy Brown before I picked out all his body armour with Heavy Sienna. Both areas were then washed with “The Army Painter” Strong Tone Quickshade. The disembodied ectoplasmic spirit’s head was then given a coat of “Vallejo” White before being washed with Pale Grey.