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    How do you paint your saurus cav (NEW)

    I use black prime, then carapace dark angels green highlighted with snot green and some bleached bone, shaded with chaos black.

    skin: bleached bone, highlighted with skull white mixed with bleached bone and so on.

    (OOps should have said how do you paint your saurus cav's COLD ONES :p )


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    Dark Angels green is the perfect color for the scales of the Cold Ones. If fits with most Lizzie color scemes you'll find and it looks 'cold' and somewhat slimy.


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    i painted mine black with blood red scales and highlighted with red gore i htink it is....its the maroon color.

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    purple bodies, with red and yellow scales...

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