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Awww, did someones nervous system need tubby time?  That looks really good!  nice jop on the water effects

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That is a WONDERFULLY disturbing creation, BEAUTIFULLY painted & based, The extra little touches make the piece special. VERY WELL DONE!

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I want to touch it!

It’s Absolutely beautiful, very well done.

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