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He came out so well. That's a pretty great sculpt. I've never seen it but it has a lot of character.

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Nice display, I really like the colorful flowers you added and the sharp paint job too.

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Nicely done, and I love the flowerpot. 


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Wonderful paintjob and a great idea to use a flowerpot!

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3 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

That's an egg-cellent paint job!

Fixed it for you! Never pass up the opportunity for a pun!


Cute idea using the flower pot as the base! Very nice gift!

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