So representing the wings like this seems pretty straightforward - it's just highlighted with a turquoise...
Which is what I've done. My Tyranid claw highlight was put on first [black and old Anita's Turquoise], then it was new Anita's Turquoise gently applied [I used the new one because it's coverage isn't as opaque so I knew I could manipulate it with multiple layers to belnd with great result for only the cost of repeated application]. I'll flat out say I love the results and the technique is so easy if I go down this road I may well blow the 'white wings are and obstacle to progress' issue out of the water.
BUT! There are a number of issues:
- the artwork above are these colours because it's dark in the scene, is that what's conveyed by my efforts or does it just look like blue wings?
- is this contextual? Can I make a decision without having applied the verdigris and additional black highlights to the bike?
- could I even apply and additional grey highlight to the feather edge to imply it's lighter?
- does the fact I haven't gone white remove it too much from the 'spirit' of the Ravenwing?
But these three are neatened up around the metallics waiting for highlights, wings and weathering
Additionally I highlighted the canopy of the Jetfighter, also the extra bit at the top. I actually sponged on the highlight thinking the added texture would help me as it has with the Knight but I think it just makes the finish look poorer for it. Still, it's built confidence for the black on the Ravenwing, something my Land Speeder failed to do!