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Zombicide: Black Plague Abomination

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Gloss removed.  Now, following Sorrastro's tutorial, I'm adding initial highlight layer of Kislev Flesh and Cadian Fleshtone.  This is much harder than anything I've done before.  Was tempted just to leave it be with the quickshade wash, but I agree this looks much better.

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