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Thanks for all your comments, I'm happy you like it!


It's a lot of fun for me to try out something new - especially when it has do do with a new product.

I have WAY too much niche products lying around on my painting desk, like crackle paste, vomit effects, liquid chrome, snow paste, color shifting metallics, pigments, you name it - many of which I have yet to try out. Buying this kind of stuff is one of my many weak spots in this hobby...😊

I understand that there's a learning curve to each and every one of these products so you don't get to nail it on the first try. But that's what those minis come in, to which you don't feel too attached. You can try out a lot of stuff without fearing to ruin your favourite mini. And you can have a lot of fun during the process!

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