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20 hours ago, Tjrez said:

nice job, what kinda paint was used?

Hmmm, let me take out my cheat sheet.

1:1 Reaper Stormy Grey and Reaper Aircraft grey for the basecoat, shades and highlights derived from there,
Dark fur by mixing Stormy Grey and a tiny Reaper Noir Black
Reaper Amethyst Purple glaze for the ears, chest, belly
Tamiya Clear Red with a little brown paint, can't recall which, for blood effect

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