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12 hours ago, Iridil said:

Love the eyes - great idea and you really got the right blue.

Thanks!  It's Vallejo Model Color Blue Green mixed with Reaper Ghost White.  Not quite 50/50 - a little heavier on the blue green.

 

I nitpick the eyes a little bit every time I look at it, but I have to let that go.

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