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19 hours ago, Metalchaos said:

You selected lovely colors, they work very well together. Such a small mini, you did an wonderful job.

 

Thanks. I've been playing around with wet blending surface colors a lot lately, instead of just straight up layering, and have really been liking how it looks as well as having fun seeing how the colors react to each other when blended.

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