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Gorgeous! Although, the pictures are tiny. Can we haz a bigger picture, please? 

100% agree about the Nightmare Black. It's super dark but oh so blue. 

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1 hour ago, CorallineAlgae said:

Gorgeous! Although, the pictures are tiny. Can we haz a bigger picture, please? 

100% agree about the Nightmare Black. It's super dark but oh so blue. 

Sorry @CorallineAlgae, looks like I saved over the original pictures :unsure:

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Beautifully done I must paint mine you have inspired me

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Wow this is really beautiful - and I think I now need some Nightmare Black! I like the clean shinnyness, but the metallics still have a warm feel that plays against the darker tone.

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