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77047 Goldar, Male Barbarian

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Gorgeous!  I am super jealous of your NMM!  I prefer NMM to using metalics but I still have a lot of practice ahead of me to get a look as good as you have here.

 

I love your skin tones a lot.  This is something I have been trying to get better at but its been a slow process.

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