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great job. i like the skin you've done, and the conversion to the lamia is very effective and makes the model more dynamic.

i've always had a thing for snake people and a have a big collection of them built up - i think you just inspired me to break them out o' the box.

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Great job, and as a bonus, Miss Wheap'n Sphru gave you lot of extra arms for other conversions...

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