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They look wonderful !
So what's the new technique, if you don't mind me asking ??
(you can generalize if you don't want to give up the secret !)
And,..where would you hunt harlequins ?
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just a few more layers of tile adhesive with a stiff bristle brush.
I don't hunt harlequins, though they kill one around here once in awhile.
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Very nicely done.
I would reccomend a bit more blue on the birds to match those in the wild. I posted a picture of one Bella retrieved for me last season to help with a visual. They are darker than most people think. The chest is a darker black with a hint of Royal Blue as well.
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Those look amazing woodduck ! Great texturing as well. I can see the effect of all the barbules in the feathers.
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