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77100: Vanja, Fire Giant Queen. Bones.

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Nice backgrounds. That top one looks like the entrance to the Cyclops-Centaur temple from The Golden Voyage of Sinbad.

 

Lately, I've been shooting things agains the box cover of a Pegasus hobbies gothic building. Kind of a fun change of pace.

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Nice job!

 

The blue lipstick is a little odd, but I like the overall figure.

 

The snakeskin cloak is awesome!!

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Nice job!

 

The blue lipstick is a little odd, but I like the overall figure.

 

The snakeskin cloak is awesome!!

 

Thx, She also got blue eyeliner, blue nailpolish.blue eyes and blue in her hair.  I wanted her to be different a bit gothic/punk maybe.

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Skorg Ironskull:  Vanja, what have I told you about hanging out with those frost giant boys?

 

Vanja:  What?  I haven't been...

 

Skorg Ironskull:  Don't lie to me; your lips are blue!

 

Vanja:  Gaaahhh!  Dad!  I can do what I want!

 

:poke:  ::P:

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