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AMAZING!! Great job!! Make sure to add him to the reaper large figures contest on the forum with the best 4 pics. ::D: 

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@Bane Of Humanity -- the coins are made of green stuff.  I made little sausages of it and sliced off rounds after it was cured.  Full details in the WIP thread linked in the first post.


Thanks for all the positive feedback, everyone!  It's ridiculously gratifying after all the work. ^_^

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Really great work. I've enjoyed watching the WiP thread; this is quite a dragon. I love the white you achieved on him, and the work you did on the base is awesome.


I'm looking forward to finishing my Narthrax eventually...also a white, but rather a different look. Still my favorite dragon Reaper has yet produced.

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Simple amazing. I was following the WIP and I'm still astounded at how well it turned out. :)

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