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Bones 4: Painted Blacksting Wyvern (865)

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If you paint one mini, it is best to paint another one at the same time since you can apply techniques you've just picked up and stuff like that....
Also it gives you some other details to stare at when painting...
I've painted my Blacksting Wyvern at the same time as my Roc.

 


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