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With the pallet- I did something similar to this more deliberately a while ago.  Jen Haley painted up a diorama using a limited pallet of only five paint pots.  Hers came out brilliant, so I tried doing the same thing a few times (pick five paint pots, and mix your colors out of those only).

 

It works really well- it helps you achieve the kind of beauty that good illustrations and paintings can achieve.

 

 

nice work, I wish the bones versions had not come out so mangled.  

Its nice to see a good job done with the originals

 

I've got her in bones as well, and I hadn't noticed a problem with her.  Maybe I should look again.

 

The one I painted is metal- she's been sitting around primed for many a year and really needed some attention.

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