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And finger painting challenge completed.

 

 

The finger painting thing was harder than I thought it would be.

 

You guys are braver than I am!

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 It's possible I...  might be going a bit overboard on the fingerpainting thing...

 

 

 

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 This may not have been the best project to do my first serious attempt at OSL on, lol... ::D: ::D: ::D:

 

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 Full Disclosure - I had to resort to using a sculpting tool to do some minor greenstuff poking and some smoothing on the edges of one of the bases (I'm doing two figures and both of them are hanging forward over the edge of the regular bases they were glued onto so I had to get out the milliput and green to extend them)...

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Also, I will be taking twelve reaper color suggestions starting now. It will be a future month, and for that bonus figure, you must mix that into EVERY color you use on the figure. How much or little varies. The color may not be whites or blacks. (Nightmare black is an exception, being a really dark blue) metallic colors are fair game. Please include the number as well. Commenting here is ok, so people can see how diabolical we are. One per person please.

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Finger painting Challenge failed: I tried a plastic insect from Mice and Mysitcs, total failure, will repaint.

 

Blue. easy I know,

Can you be more specific to which blue? It's why I asked a number, because blue can be a wildly variable shade

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Please include the number as well.

 

Lonestar Leather - 09284 - because I have that one.

 

This will be easier to do with a lighter color I think. Darker 'chosen' color choices will result in a drab outcome; a more pale 'chosen' color will result in brighter but chalkier outcomes.

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