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Sir Scoville Forscale (Garrick the Bold)

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 Scorched metal highlighted with 09102 Coppery Orange metallic looks really nice... Especially if you also do a verdigris effect with it as well.

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Howdy,

 

  I am so happy...

 

What tears,

Kev!

 

P.S. I nominate Sir Scoville for Capsaicin of the Guard!

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Howdy,

 

I am so happy...

 

What tears,

Kev!

 

P.S. I nominate Sir Scoville for Capsaicin of the Guard!

I got a good laugh out of this one!

Thanks!

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