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46 minutes ago, WhiteWulfe said:

So hubby and I were curious....  We don't have Pure White, and it will be a bit before I can put another order in for additional paints at Reaper.

 

Any chance Dragon White can be subbed for Pure White?

 

I bet if you didn't tell us, we wouldn't know the difference :poke:

 

The goal is "white" - some sort on untinted white will do. So I wouldn't say Linen or Ghost White, but Pure White, Dragon White, or say Scale 75 Purity White would totally do! 

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4 hours ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

Certainly, there's very little difference between them. The main thing is to have fun! ::D:

 

3 hours ago, Cyradis said:

 

I bet if you didn't tell us, we wouldn't know the difference :poke:

 

The goal is "white" - some sort on untinted white will do. So I wouldn't say Linen or Ghost White, but Pure White, Dragon White, or say Scale 75 Purity White would totally do! 

 

Definitely glad to hear, since it's one we have, and hubby has a few plans for various things with white colours.  Myself, I'm going to have to think of a few things, because I don't want my dragon to be too too dark :p

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Hmm.. this reminds me that I've still got one in the works.. Guess I should get him out one of these days.. :ph34r:

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