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57 minutes ago, Dan d'Lyon said:

Very nice and creepy beastie.  Really like what you did for the whole thing.  I've never managed to get metallics to look that smooth.  Great job!


Thank you!

For metallics I use Scale 75, they're my favorte metallic paints.

Good coverage.

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53 minutes ago, zoroaster100 said:

Wow, Glitterwolf! Amazing job on that centipede beast! Stunning color choices and execution!


Thank you so much!

I like to use metallics on insects, fish and dragon scales.

Happy you like it.

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