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Very nice! Is that 32 mm or is it a larger piece?

 

32mm, and good gravy do they have some fine details on their smaller figures. I'm working on Wolverine as well, and just looking at Spider-Man's webbing puts me off trying him for a while.

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Really cool prototype. Classic design for the Batman. For Wolverine I would like to suggest you to improve the attractiveness of face as it should be similar to Huge Jackman. The more accurate the structure of face, the best will be your final outcome. For this you can check out the various 3d compositing as you can view each and every detail very minutely.

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