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beastman warriors 1& 2

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So the first I painted in rosy flesh tones and the second in tanned skin.  

I had them finished, but my can of spray sealer broke, the nozzle broke off, with some stuck inside.  

I attempted to spray them anyway - and it came out like gritty white spray paint.   I repainted the skin and horns, but you can still see some of it on the bases. 

 

 

The internet says I can replace the nozzle with one from another spray can, but the size of army-painter sealer did not match my other cans. 

- it was 4 years old, so time for a new can. 

 

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These are pretty cool figures. I like your color choices for both the man and beast portions. Very nice.

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