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Great work, and that paint gets the job done right?

If it works it works!

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If craft paints do what you want to do then no shame at all. Go with what works for you every time.

 

Great work. 

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That expression is the best. "You've Got To Ask Yourself One Question:  "Do I Feel Lucky?"...Well, do ya, Punk?"

 

 

And there is nothing wrong with using craft paints, just a bit more effort to make them work on small miniatures.

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Welcome - nice paintjob - love the eye with the yellow and red rim - he looks really angry!

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