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It was a great show. The crowd was really into it, just what he wanted, what he needed. Tomorrow most of them would be feeling a little drained, but he would be riding the high of their emotions. It was almost a shame theses humans couldn't feel the raw magic that such a show like this pumped out. "Thank you Edmonton!!" He called out, flashing the rock horns, to the scream of the crowd just before the stage lights went to black.

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well,I missed a couple of mold lines that really show up in pictures, and even with the matte varnish he's a tad glossy still, but the contest ends tomorrow, so it's too late to fix the errors I see. Still it was a fun conversion and a fun mini to paint up.

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Great job Tim! I really like his mic that you did, very well done conversion. 

 

It's funny how most of the entries we've done of him are conversions and modifications. Love seeing people taking liberties with figures so that they are outside of the norm.

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