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3 minutes ago, londwch said:

I really like the dwarf on his throne ! what is speed paint though?

 

it's basically where you do a simple paint job, just base coating and maybe some lining. The paint jobs are quick, and not very detailed, and just get them colored. Typically spend a short time on each one and then move on to the next

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