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  1. I have just put together my Khanjira: the World Breaker. I'm new to the world of painting, I would like to paint him in the color scheme or the Tarrasque from the Monster Manual 5th Edition. Would any of you know the colors/ names/ SKU codes/ Product numbers and brushes I would need for this project. I've looked into 2 Reaper Bones Starter Kits on Amazon... one for painting and one for dry brushing. I imagine they won't have all the colors I need. So any help would be wonderful. Thank you!
  2. Hello, I wanted to complete Khanjira before this week-end, and I'm pleased to post it and consider it done... for now... I don't have a good story for him yet, but I imagine him as the secret love child of a Crocodilian and a Shell Fish. (Don't ask me for the details on how this happened... Love follows no laws... even physics or biology) So I painted him green & blue with white highlights and tried to blend it together. It turned out a bit darker than I had wished, and bends a bit backwards where the heavy tail is. (despites lots of boiling and bending). Oh well... My big base helps on stability.
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