Lantiroch, or the High Elf Water Spawn, has been shown before. But I got me a better image now, and I also got a question for you, good reader:
In my possession, I have a bottle of Citadel Water Effects that could be used on top of all the watery surface as well as the manifestations of horses. This was originally planned to be poured over the whole thing. But never happened after me not liking the result of the water effect in another hobby project. Would it be, if not advisable, at least viable to use the stuff on this particular [kind of] DIY-model?
Remember how I said "better image" two seconds ago? I wasn't entirely truthful, to tell you the truth. But what is truth? If a tree falls in the park and no one are there to hear it, how expensive is a hooker in Sweden then?
The answer is "42" and I'm getting tired. Also, for people outside of Scandinavia, I can inform that the use of double apostrophes is the same as quotation marks here - the use of single quotations are reserved for quotations within quotations. Let me exemplify:
"Bob, snälla, gå till affären. Eller vänta, det tänker du inte, du tänker väl svara nåt i stil med 'Nej, det tänker jag inte din gamla snabel' och sen går du väl hem!"
The underlined subordinate clause is the quotation within a quotation.
Observant readers may have noticed this has very little to do with the original intention of this post. Let us go back to the Lantiroch (sindarin for White Wash Water):
I never bothered to remove saddles, reins and other man-horse-interface-thingies. It would have looked better. In hindsight.
Before anything happens, though, repainting will magically** occure... inspired by Ted Nasmith...
**) Or not so magic repaint. I was pondering to let someone else just paint some better water for me, but I should stay strong and try my best and maybe even learn a thing or two... Next up: Google images and water.