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Blacksting Wyvern, Bones 4

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Hello all! I'm working on the blacksting wyvern from bones 4, as you can see from the title. Getting ready to start base coating some color in and noticed an area I'm not sure if it is supposed to be anatomically correct or not filled In from when made. No it does not sit on anything either that they would plug into.

Any thoughts would be appreciated! 

 

Happy painting and  stay safe! 

-Z

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