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The color combo on this guy is on point. I really like him. 

 

He almost gives me this vibe of "Get off my lawn" but in giant tongue. ::D:

Edited by Arc 724
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This is one really cool conversion. I hope he spits fiery acid in game, and I piety the players that cross him.

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Whaaaat.. that is a cool paintjob, I really like that style of painting.

..and a cool conversion :0)

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Fantastic, I really love this sculpt I painted him myself recently but yours is so much more coolness wth the wings sir

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