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Looks amazing! This paint job inspired me to bump my LTPKs up in my queue.

 

Do you think that LTPK5 is needed before 3? I painted 1, 2 and almost all of 4.

 

Did the LTPK3 teach you NMM??

That is what the kit focused on.
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Looks amazing! This paint job inspired me to bump my LTPKs up in my queue.

Do you think that LTPK5 is needed before 3? I painted 1, 2 and almost all of 4.

Did the LTPK3 teach you NMM??

That is what the kit focused on.

After doing 5 I'm not sure you have to. I think more important is blending and understanding highlights.

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