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Yes I like to start with the hardest parts to color  first... Then I can stop holding my breath till the next day..IMG_1837.JPG.8cc9b19a604b627e8a3b780e31df4084.JPG

 

but until I put the clear on I am still in the dark as to what these things will end up looking like black birds or grackles???

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These VA prescription bottles are great for mixing colors and they only cost me two different hitches of being drafted.  I was through with my serving uncle and was out and back home for a year and a half then I got another greeting from the president you are being drafted again. Oh joy

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