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Good lord!  More still on the way. 

I gotta say, "wow!"  Vallejo metals may as well be Magic.  It's so much better! 

 

This time tried using sepia ink to line their deeper areas, or bangles.  No wash on the skin this time, but i did give in to using it on the outfits and clothing.  Needed shade. 

 

I also tested two of them with Corax white primer and two with The Armory grey primer. Only thing that i noticed was it took more layers on the skin with the white.  I thought it was going to be easier.  Oh well. 

 

Any thoughts? 

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