This is a test colour scheme for some Ghost Knights of Mordrak. The shoulder pad is a standard grey knights terminator pad with no adornment or conversion work.
To paint it, a base coat of skull white was used in order to give strength to the colours applied over it. The edging was picked out in astronomican grey and a base coat of white applied to the other areas. Three washes were applied: asurman blue, thraka green and then the blue once more. Highlighting consisted of electric blue (inner edges of the pad and raised areas of the book), grey (outer edges of the pad) and white (lettering and skull / book detail).
My initial evaluation is that I'm not sure its quite what I was after originally. It feels a bit more statue-esque rather than ghostly. But perhaps that is a result of just painting one part of the miniature rather than the entire miniature in one go? Alternatively, it may be that the white undercoat simply got "lost" in one too many wash layers and the original "brightness" of the ghostly appearance got lost somewhat. But am I being too picky?