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Thanks everyone!

 

 

nice.. which blues did you use?

 

The base color was 9017, True Blue. I shaded it with 9676, Frontier Blue. The darkest shadow has a little bit of 29819, HD Twilight Purple mixed in. It was highlighted with 9678, Aquamarine.

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