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77134: Hajad the Pirate

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Eyes get less painful the more you paint. Reaper sells a monster that's covered in eyes if you want to get in a lot of practice on one figure, but it'll come in time painting them in the usual pairs. ;-> Good lighting, a good brush, and magnification can also be very helpful. The brushes in the LTPKs are good for general painting, but they're not the ideal kind for details like eye painting. 


I think he looks great, you did a wonderful job!

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