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Looking at the pics in #67 I can only think of this.
Yuor rocks have the texture of the rock type in the top picture,
but the color scheme is more the bottom.

They look like real rocks, real 1:1 rocks.
Using the color scheme you want you need some finer textures too,
which is what you will find in that type of rock.

Also, as you probably already think, the colors are too vivid for that type.
I'm trying to think of what I would add to fade them.

One thought is to add the fading content to your paint mix last and not mixing properly.
trying to get a natural blend

Not sure about that, let me think some more.
 

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That definitely addresses my main point.
The new piece really looks like 1/32 scale rock.
Pictures can change how a thing looks.
When it comes to color even things like monitors too.
Also, in real life rocks can have so many looks.
Some real rocks dont look real in pictures.
In the end, only you can decide.

Do you have pictures of your "ideal" rock formations?
 

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You must try the cocoa, you know you want to.
Once you've tried it properly you will be in its grip! [hehe]
Your cars, on the other hand, wont.

be careful though, its like a drug!
 
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