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Large Magma Elemental (Bones 77185)

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I love that kind of effect and you have executed it very well. I really like it

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Welcome to the forums! I really like what you have done with this mini. Makes me want to get him and do the same!

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Thanks so much for the comments guys.  Have followed the forum for a while and joined up recently.  Thought it was about time to share the results of my figmentia, 

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Oh, this is very nice. I love the stark contrast and the way the inner hot core looks 'alive' through the cracks.. You REALLY did this mini justice.

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