A bad case of Spackle

Rooting around yesterday for the archaeologists to go with the Eldritch Statues, I came across an uncorrected example of the dreaded Spackle effect.

As you can see, the back of the figure is covered in a ghostly grey – caused by atmospheric moisture when spraying the figure with varnish.

The front of the figure done earlier is free from the effect. Which goes to show you have to be very careful when spraying varnish in humid/moist conditions !

And here is the corrected paint job ! Again the static grass had to be dry brushed with a green paint to make it better.
The figure is an Artizan pilot.