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...that's fraggin' perfect for a project I've been kicking around... thanks!

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Those turned out really suh-weet!! (yes, sweet is a 2-syllable word in the Southern US)

 

Thanks for giving me credit on this recipe, but you really took it way beyond mine.

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Loved your recipe Frogimus!

 

And it was so easy and fast, I spent maybe 6 hours total on all of those.

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fantastic!

 

Love the WOTC bull golem repaint.

 

(reminds me I have a WOTC repaint that is prob over 5+ years still in WIP....)

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Nice!

 

I usually use a turquoise mix for my verdigris. I might have to pick up some Mint Green and give it a shot.

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Lexomatic,  It is a medium brown, somewhat similar to 9028 Muddy brown, but with some additives that makes it look flow very nice as you expect of a Quickshade.  It also has a slightly shiny finish.

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These are neat. That spider. <3

 

--- edit ---

Looked through the figures again and noticed that they are all tied together with the red gem style. What about the bronze bull? Is there a red gem somewhere? 

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Nice!

 

I usually use a turquoise mix for my verdigris. I might have to pick up some Mint Green and give it a shot.

That's a good idea, though. I have some Cobalt Turquoise I could tint up. Ought to sub well for the thalo for this purpose

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pcktlnt, I meant to paint the eyes on the bull that way, but they are so deep set I decided against it.

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pcktlnt, I meant to paint the eyes on the bull that way, but they are so deep set I decided against it.

See? This is why I have a 30/0 brush. People laugh at it, and say it only has one hair, but I could'a painted those eyes...I could'a been a contender...

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