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It's splendid, knowing you also sculpted it makes it even more remarkable. I need to paint mine now. I bought one probably four years ago and never took time to paint it. I think I will paint it as a cooper cobra with red shading.

You're right about the warm colors of the pictures, it's probably due to the red base that saturates this part of the color specter. Maybe you can try to have color cardboards in the picture when you take your shots. You can then crop your pictures and have the color cardboards removed from the final cut. I don't know if it would change anything, but it doesn’t hurt to try.

Congrats for the medal. :winkthumbs:

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