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    Are these pastels?

    Are these guys pastels?






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    Re: Are these pastels?

    Pics didn't load,.. if you use photo bucket or something like it copy and paste the IMG Code into your post. Then preview it to make sure the pics show up before you post.
    Last edited by bubblz; 05-10-2011 at 03:02 PM.

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    not pastels. they appear to be dark even for normals.. nice patterns/colours though
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    They look like normals to me.
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    Re: Are these pastels?

    I would say normals too. They have great patterns though. Pastels have more head blushing. They have none.
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    Nice normals.
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    looks like very nice looking normals to me as well.

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    They look like normals... one has a hint of granite pattern maybe? Hard to tell with small pics, but I'd still lean towards calling them all normals.

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