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Demonkin (tiefling) Rogue - Darksword

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Great paint job! I really like that light blue you used on the edges of her leather skirt. It pops. Also like the true metallics. Can I asked you which metallic colors you used? 

Also, that's a damn nice looking sculpt. Gonna need to pick that one up.

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3 hours ago, CorallineAlgae said:

Great paint job! I really like that light blue you used on the edges of her leather skirt. It pops. Also like the true metallics. Can I asked you which metallic colors you used? 

Also, that's a damn nice looking sculpt. Gonna need to pick that one up.

Painted all the armor with reapers pewter,  armor wash and highlighted with honed steel. The sword was darkened steel, honed steel and pearl white. Thanks!

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