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77380: Khanjira the World Breaker: a 7 day challenge

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Following your progress on the Big Scaly Guy was a pleasure. The finished creation is OUTSTANDING...even though it's not a Goblin. Your brushwork & array of colors are WONDERFULVERY WELL DONE!

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Really nice. My kajira is still in its box, waiting for the airbrush that I am too chicken to buy

My airbrush is a couple of years old now.  Still don't know how to use it.....soonTM

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