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  1. I was painting the face on another figure and I had way too much skin tone paint left. I prefer Windsor Newton oils because they stay moist and workable as opposed to the almost instant-dry of Vallejo paints. I decided to use up the paint on a fresh subject, so out came this resin bust figure that seems best described as a marching band majorette. I bought this at an MMSI show in the 1990s. This is a Rule 5 figure, so this is all I can show here (Photobucket would remove it anyway). Anyway, this is what came off the tips of my brushes. This was the original figure. http://i281.photobucket.com/albums/kk206/e-jwahl/LakeLady1_zps9ade3822.jpg Ed
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