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77169 - Flesh Golem (Bones Quick paint)

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This little guy was a quick paint I did to get a feel for glazing.  He came out pretty good for the time I spent on him.  I was working with some new techniques I read about to get undertones using several layers of glazes.  This is going to help me with my current project (I hope) for the mini exchange.  Enjoy! And as always, CC welcomed!

 

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