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5 hours ago, OneBoot said:
21 hours ago, Mad Jack said:

Sir Forscale is going to become Sir Futurescale 2.0 so I have one of my own...

 

Yours was my favorite, he turned out so awesome!! Your conversion and paint job on him were both exceptional. :)

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

 

 Ya never know, I might decide to do a Sir Purplescale with a space-kitty helmet... ::P:

 

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Ordered, a Stephanie Law coloring book. :wub:

 

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