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Is that an endearing smile or what? She is LOVELY...BEAUTIFULLY  painted & boasting a STUNNING base. VERY WELL DONE!

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Sweet!  I still need to add all the RP dinosaurs to my collection - though I do have the Reaper T-Rex and Triceratops boxes tucked away in my stash.

 

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Thank you all!

 

I have more Dinos and stuff coming up. Thx to Jasper the 2nd I also got the Ral Partha Triceratops.

Right now I'm working on a huge scorpion, check out the Lost World Project..

 

She was a lot of fun to do.

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Nice stuff. I like how you carried the back color down the sides in stripes. Subtle but effective and convincing. Also like the way you dealt with the pebbly skin texture.

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Thank you all!

Your comments are very motivating!

 

Here she is compared to my earlier DSA-T-Rex, Angelica Faiweather and my Giganotosaurus with riders.

(for those who wonder , check out my Lost World Project)

 

 

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So good

 

Thx Mel!

 

Happy you like her!

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