I was hoping one of you guys had a convincing formula for pure white marble. I find tutorials for black marble, green marble, and dirty white marble, but no pure white marble. When I say "pure white" I mean just white-graywhite marble with black/grey veins. I imagine it's because either it's pretty hard or it's not popular enough to have a tutorial.
My objective is to paint a miniature as a marble statue for a terrain piece. So any technique needs to take into account a detailed and textured surface. I've tried a few theories I had, even tried to convert methods remodelers use to create faux marble on large surfaces, but the effects have been unconvincing as they are hard to duplicate in miniature.
I know this is a very specific request. But I figure it wouldn't hurt to ask for a tried and true method that someone may have in their back pocket.