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thanks, I have to give credit to evilhalfling his wings are the best I have ever laid eyes on. I just changed the colors and tried to duplicate his work. I was hoping that any thing the dragon swooped down on would feel like they were being engulfed in fire.

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The wings look great, it really catches the eye and adds a huge impact to the dragon.

I am glad my wings helped inspire you. They looked good by themselves but kind of blended into the final figure, so it lacks the dramatic punch of your version. 


I think you have an amazing figure there.  (i am also jealous of the price), I paid 20 more for mine on ebay, even though it was the best I could get at the time. 

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