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Random Rainbow Dragon No 2: Stormwing

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Gday all,

Fianlly got around to posting the completion pics of Stormwing for the Random Rainbow Dragon Challenge.

Primary colour: Marine Teal. Secondary colour; True Blue. Tertiary colour: Imperial Purple.

3 star level challenge.


WIP thread is here;


So I hope you enjoy the photos. Comments welcome.



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Thank you all for your comments. I have enjoyed painting the dragons more than I expected to.


On 17/01/2018 at 3:24 PM, Sanael said:

Welcome to the cult of purple and teal! This dragon looks awesome! Nice base, too.


Have I joined a cult??! Oh dear. Oh well.

I am finding that I am using the Basius stamps for larger bases more and more. I am very glad tha my wife and I lashed out on them.


On 17/01/2018 at 8:20 PM, Glitterwolf said:


Love what you achieved here with a limited palette.


Thank you. It really has got me thinking about colours and effects and having to rethink my painting style. I am enjoying the challenge more than I thought I would.


Should I do a third? Hmmm.......

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