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4 hours ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

How'd you do the worn numbers? That looks incredible.

 

If you're talking about the white die numbers. I took white and watered it down majorly. Then I took a fine tipped brush and let a small amount drain down into the numbers. Leaving them look faded. I used Reaper's paint for the white and blue, and for the faded faces on the die I put Citadel's nightshade on them. And lastly very finely dusted white across the surfaces. :)

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