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  1. This was another learning project for me. I've been wanting to make smoother color transitions and this was a model I was looking at and though might be fun to try it on. I had no idea what colors I wanted it to be, but figured deep fish = deep blue. I tried the fins with different colors, but blue and yellow seemed fun. I am not super happy with the way the fins look, but I do like the fade I got from bright speckled blue down to deep indigo. Washes? Nope, not this time. I did do some dry brushing, but I think I needed to punch it up for a better effect. Still I'm happy with my dunka, dunkle...whatever it's called. Fish dude. Leave me any feedback for improvement. I feed off it like this guy feeds on crunchy things at the bottom of the ocean.
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