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77368: Shadow Demon and Tamiya Clears

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19 hours ago, kristof65 said:

You're welcome. 

I'm glad I can contribute something to the community here. 

 

You did!

 

Awesome comparison!

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Thanks for the experiment!  They really do look interesting in different colors.  It kind of makes me want to go get a half dozen more shadow demons and some Tamiya clears so that I can run a 'Rainbow Demons of DOOOOOOOM' encounter.

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Nice!  Still waiting to get the clears I ordered off of ebay from the last model you did.  I can't wait for them to show up so I can try this out.  I have a few Gelantinous cubes ready and waiting.

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