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the base no doubt helped, you did an excellent job on that, I don't know anything about the wash, but whatever you did with it, that's a very smooth looking dragon. Especially the wing membranes. Yes, I am jealous.

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I love the colors!  Great blending!  That's nice intense shade of blue.  I really like testors dullcoat for getting rid of shine.  It works great even on bones.  Awesome job!!!

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