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Just under 24 hours to go. :zombie:


I accidentally skipped a step here because I had to do 2 coats bringing the base back to MSP Pumpkin Orange. 

So after that, I added MSP Mustard Yellow to it and got to highlighting. 




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Mustard Yellow with a little Pumpkin Orange? Maybe straight Mustard Yellow. Idk. I'll check and edit this. 

ETA: Definitely still had Pumpkin Orange in the mix. 





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1 hour ago, Pochi said:

This is my favorite Ma'al I have seen painted! It is looking so good!

Awww, thank you! I'm glad you're liking him!


This is straight MSP Mustard Yellow for sure this time. 






On to the next head!

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So you've probably noticed (I know I have) that I'm starting to run out of time and still have a lot of work to do. So, sorry, but I'm only going to take pics when I'm taking breaks. If you have any questions about colours or anything, ask and I'll answer at some point when I'm out of panic mode. 







On to the next head. 

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It's gorgeous! Even if you didn't meet the deadline (not saying you won't!), I would say it's a success because it is so pretty! Can't wait to see it assembled!

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I really wanted to get this last head done before going to sleep but I'm just too tired. I'm gonna go set 50 alarms and get a couple of hours of sleep and get back at it when the sun's up. Hopefully my back appreciates it. 

Thanks again for the support, it helps a lot. 

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I have one of these, I'm going to take my time with it.

Even then I don't think it's going to look as good as yours!!!

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Such an amazing job!  I'm saving copies of all the pictures of the eyes for future reference.  :wub:


Glad you got some sleep and are back in the thick of it.  You can do it!! 

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