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Frito the Thief, comparison between 1983 and 2017

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I like the colors on the old version a bit better, but they are both amazing. Great progress. I love this idea. I hope to see more. 

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46 minutes ago, Loim said:

I like the colors on the old version a bit better, but they are both amazing. Great progress. I love this idea. I hope to see more. 

Little by little, I hope to be able to paint some new version of some of my old figures!

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While the new Frito the Thief is a BEAUTIFULLY painted, WONDERFULLY based creation. his older self has a certain charm to him that time has not diminished. VERY WELL DONE then & now!

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1 hour ago, malefactus said:

While the new Frito the Thief is a BEAUTIFULLY painted, WONDERFULLY based creation. his older self has a certain charm to him that time has not diminished. VERY WELL DONE then & now!

I definitely have a soft spot in my heart for the older version!

 

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