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Awesome!!!

They look very realistic!

 

*** I have to confess I beheaded the lioness to become a stuffed Black Panther Saddle on my Dino. :ph34r: ****

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great paint job, what colors did you use? mine have been in and out of the simple green jug 3 times. I can't seem to capture the colors you have on these wonderful lions.

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great paint job, what colors did you use? mine have been in and out of the simple green jug 3 times. I can't seem to capture the colors you have on these wonderful lions.

 

most of it is 09142: Stained Ivory, with some shadows done with thin layers of: , 09284 Lonestar Leather, then covered that with more of the Stained ivory, then lightly layered 09044: Tanned Skin . 

 

The male lion's mane is 09073: CHestnut gold and 09136: walnut brown

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thanks for the colors I will attempt to duplicate, but most likely mine will end up in the pit of despair (big jug of power green). 

 

you should be okay, they're nothing fancy ^^

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