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  1. Wow. It’s been a while since I posted anything to show off. A local friend challenged me to paint a mini while flying (via commercial aircraft), and I decided to take her up on the challenge during my 4 hour flight to Denton this year. For once my flight was smooth, on-time, and empty. It’s a spooky experience. I figured I should post the results before something terrible happens to me! Not bad for speed painting in a moving vehicle!. I should note that I had the Darkreach fast palette, pure white, and brown liner with me on the plane. That went a long way towards dictating my color choices. My brown liner sort of exploded from the pressure change, but I was able to keep it pretty contained. We’ll see how it goes when I’m back on the ground. We’re about 250 miles from Dallas now, so I’m packing up. Hopefully I’ll see some of you in a couple of hours!
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