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Reaper Paint Question (Potential for Colorshift)


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OK, I don't want to put the cart before the horse, but are Reaper examining the potential for colorshift paints?  With those big bugs coming in Bones IV, now (or very soon) might be a good time for some sparkly shiftiness.

 

If this can't be answered, that's OK--nuke away.  But I'd be curious to know the ifs and whys (if available).

 

I just suddenly felt like I needed them.

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