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Thanks for the feedback everyone! I did airbrush the wings. Had the day off, wife had work, kid had school, so I dug out the airbrush I hadn’t used in probably 10 years and spent hours fiddling with something that should have taken me minutes.
 

One thing I’m still trying (and probably always will) to perfect, regardless of instrument of application is the thickness paint. 

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