77257: Chimera (Bones)

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Overall it looks neat!


Love the base.

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Fantastic work!


Nice work on the base, too. I like how it looks.

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Very cool! I especially like how dark you went with the red on the dragon. The almost undead colors on the goat makes it look way more horrifying than usual. Awesome job.

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