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I did a quick paint of some game pieces taking up space. I didn't do a WIP but took a few pics during, if people want to see.

The cat got one of my fave pieces, the third punk.

I didn't have orange paint handy, so I used yellow. The other base colors were ashen blue/rosy skin, and Brown liner. I also tried a flesh wash out of curiosity.

Unlike the last set, I remembered blood, but couldn't find the nice dried blood brown color, so not as  gory as planned.











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