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Thank you.

 

@LittleBluberry I agree with you about the bottom looking better than the top.  The runes were an exercise in “I’ll try this, and if it works, great.. if not, meh.”  I think it the bottom is better because all those runes are lined up on the same horizon.  I ran into a challenge as follows:  I knew I wanted a white trim before I knew what I wanted to try on the runes.  So I painted the trim white, blended/shaded.  Then I had to try to line around the runes without killing all the work I did on the white.  So I used a dilute blue wash for a few coats.  It wasn’t good enough to line each letter well.  But I just went with it.  I don’t really think it’s a BONES problem, just me being too lazy to re-do the area dark blue and try to thread the needle painting white in between each letter.

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