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Beautiful work!  Really like that last Conan with the axe.  That one is particularly nice.

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Very nice indeed. This is probably better than what I'll do with my own. 

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Thak kind of reminds me of this guy Ray I used to know in high school.

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Barbaric Splendor!!!

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I really like Skuthus - those eyes are mesmerizing.

 

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Good work!

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Wow. The lion is so badass. love it!

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