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in white dwarf a while back it has a section on objective markers , a nid egg was one , made from a peanut shell . have a look , it looks better .
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I would go for a light green colour. You can either simply wash some Skull white or Bleached bone with green ink (perhaps watered down) or go for a more intricate light green highlight.
No matter which color you go for apply some think layers of varnish afterwards. This will give the egg a wet, glossy feel.
You could also try to paint in some veins.
If you do the "inkwash" method just paint some light green lines on the egg (thinner than the ones you already have). And if you go for the gradual highlight you'll find a method there for sure.
Mojojojo is right, there were some beautiful pictures of 'nid eggs in a WD.
Also check the US GW page...they have a bunch of good painting advice there.
Good luck...And pictures once you're done.
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