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Thanks for all your kind comments everyone. I'm glad you like it. I mainly used the MSP HD paint I bought during the black Friday blowout. I added 31 new colors to my palette. I will be trying up some MSP HD on my upcoming models, the bright turquoise amoug others. I really love these new colors.

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Wow Metalchaos done popped off again!!! Stunning work, as always. I just looked it up, and I like yours better than the studio job. So technical and just gorgeous, but how’d you do 100+ minis in a year at this calibre!!??

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On 1/9/2019 at 1:23 AM, Redd Knekk said:

... how’d you do 100+ minis in a year at this calibre!!??

 

@Redd Knekk I dedicate most of my free time to painting, not tv, no video games, no sugar, just paint, paint, paint. And, I was fortunate enough to have a lot of free time last year.

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