More Mini Keeper Colours?

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    rachelled
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    We just did them in shell pink!
    Colors that don’t have “edges” are a lot easier to do on this dinky dragon.

    I saw that! That and the violet flames were what made me wonder if more production colours might come out eventually 🙂 I think they look nice in any colour, but one has to pick and choose for budget purposes, hehe.

    #937756

    Kim
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    I was just thinking about these again wondering if more colours will come out on the mini keepers? I would still love a rainbow and peacock one!

    Looking for rainbow or pink & teal grab bags!

    #937757

    rachelled
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    If the “no edges” dragons have a better chance… February is coming up, and I’d just die for a matching Amethyst to match its family and my birthstone 😉

    #937758

    JynXx
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    I agree, and would still love a mixed batch of Emeralds 😀
    Red eyes w/red gems, and orange eyes w/jonquil gems, pretty pretty please!!!

    ↞↞≪∙ Forever Seeking •↟•

    • ► By Melody ◄ •

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    ☙ "November" Female Griffin
    ☙ "Sky Bronze" Emperor Dragon
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    #937763

    rachelled
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    I agree, and would still love a mixed batch of Emeralds 😀
    Red eyes w/red gems, and orange eyes w/jonquil gems, pretty pretty please!!!

    Oh yes! One to match my orange-eyed male would be amazing 🙂

    I’m a strong advocate of retired colours in general just to complete the families!

    #937806

    Lupuslunae
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    I thought the MK sculpt was mostly for grab bags? Doesn’t using them for production and test paints limit the choices for painting them as grab bags?

    #937825

    jmoore
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    I thought the MK sculpt was mostly for grab bags? Doesn’t using them for production and test paints limit the choices for painting them as grab bags?

    I think it was originally meant to be mostly for grab bags, but Melody has said that she found them to be too difficult to paint as grab bags – although there may be a possibility there will be another grab bag of them, it’s possible there won’t be.

    #937828

    Lupuslunae
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    Sad, I never heard they were a pain to paint. Well, it makes them even more special then. Maybe a younger dragon would work well for a grab bag, like if he was freshly hatched maybe he’d have fewer scales, less detail to work on? Could call him the slimy baby dragon…

    #937831

    etruscan
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    Sad, I never heard they were a pain to paint. Well, it makes them even more special then. Maybe a younger dragon would work well for a grab bag, like if he was freshly hatched maybe he’d have fewer scales, less detail to work on? Could call him the slimy baby dragon…

    The four Limited Production minikeepers in the store all have this sentence someplace in the description:
    “The price reflects the large amount of time these little gems take to paint.”

    If I recall correctly (and I may not) the GB minikeepers were mostly painted by a production painter and Melody added finishing touches.

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