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9 minutes ago, The Steve said:

what purple is that? looks like malveris purple(OOP)

That’s an undercoat of Reaper MSP 09237: Violet Shadow, followed by MSP 09023: Imperial Purple, gradually lightened up with whatever ivory color I had on my pallete, probably Vallejo Game Color 72.098: Elfic Flesh.  Colors rarely resemble how they come out of the bottle, by the time I’m done with them!

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13 minutes ago, Grumpy Cave Bear said:

That’s an undercoat of Reaper MSP 09237: Violet Shadow, followed by MSP 09023: Imperial Purple, gradually lightened up with whatever ivory color I had on my pallete, probably Vallejo Game Color 72.098: Elfic Flesh.  Colors rarely resemble how they come out of the bottle, by the time I’m done with them!

Looks regal, great job! I love when people do gorgeous basic colors like this. A lot of people(INCLUDING ME) don't do anything nearly that clean.

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