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Excellent. 

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That looks really nice for a 3D printed model! 

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Glowing cat for the win!!! Great work!

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Super!

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Very cool, I've always had a soft spot for The Legend of Zelda.

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On 5/2/2017 at 8:42 PM, LittleBluberry said:

That looks really nice for a 3D printed model! 

I was thinking the same thing.

 

Great paint job!

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