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  1. thankfully I don't have to use the colors I randomly rolled from my collection of ~ 100 paints. rosy skin, military green and liche purple would have been really ugly. substitutions per the paint list. 16 Primary Cloudy grey = Dirty Grey 15 Secondary Marine Teal = Winter Blue 17 Accent Mint Green = Will Buy (I have a craft paint stand in to mint green, but the coverage is rubbish, its unusable at the miniature scale. ill be at the FLGS for paint day on Saturday and then gaming on Sunday, I don't need another trip. Ill go 3 stars. the permitted use of black and white seems forgiving. Im looking forward to mixing the mint green with the other colors and see what kind of weird effects it has. The dragon is currently covered in grey liner, which should disappear easily under the dirty grey primary color. I left one wing off so I can paint the back scales more easily.
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