Because the Ghost Tints are transparent paints we need to pre-shade the area that we're painting. I used black and highlighted it with grey and white.
Here's the Black Mace pre-shaded and ready for Ghost Tints:
I did same type of shading to the loin cloth, but unfortunately I forgot to take any pictures of it. After the desired amount of shading I started to apply thin coats of Ghost Tint.
I used Fresh Blood for the loin cloth for a vibrant red finish:
Ghost Tints leave a glossy finish and will affect the paints painted over them, so a matt varnish was applied after the Ghost Tint dried for 24h.
For the Black Mace I used Blue Ghost Tint for the first layer. Then I blow dried it for couple minutes and then left to dry for an hour. After that I made some highlight with white over the highest features and applied a thin coat of Plasma Fluid:
In the next part I will be painting the body parts.