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This model really lends itself well to the Bones Material because the whole thing has a heck of a lot of texture, especially the abs and the tail. Great fun to paint, and real easy.

 

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http://i.imgur.com/P67STlX.jpg

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I like the coloring on the scale. Is that a black mix?

On the tail, it was based Reaper Stone Grey, washed with a mix50/50 of GW Agarax Earth Shade and GW... Green... Wash... One (not at my desk right now), and then dry brushed with GW Denheb Stone.

I've just began experimenting with actually thinning my paints and mixing to make washes and layers and what not.

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VERY NICELY DONE! Your color choices are TERRIFIC; that, combined with some FINE brushwork, made the mini a disturbingly lovely creation.

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