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77580: Ma'al Drakar (painted in 7 days with a size 0 brush)

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Thanks so much, everyone! I'm really glad y'all like it! 

I knew going into the challenge what general colour scheme I was going for....but I didn't actually choose the paints that I was going to use until Day 2 :lol:

It was really exhausting, my back is still really unhappy with me, but it was worth it. 

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