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A sampling of what I've been up to this past week.

As always, thoughts, opinions, and thrown pottery welcome.


Mars camo - UrbanMech Crossfire
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Woodland Camo - Raven
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Aquatic Camo - Javelin
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Forest Camo - Cyclops
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CAT Yellow - ConstructionMech
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CC House Lu Sann - Men Shen
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DC 2nd Sword of Light - Phoenix Hawk
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