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awhile back I posted a pic of a white dragon and explained how I painted it using a wash brush.  this was a challenge that I won and received 5 Bloodreavers  for my efforts. I have since bought more reavers and plan to build an army dedicated to Khorne the blood god. the painting is fairly easy and if you do it in an assembly line fashion its fairly quick. here are the first 10.

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Good job on them! I'll be looking forward to seeing your shape up.

 

SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE!!

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