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I was going to tell you that you did an awesome job then I read that you not only painted but sculpted the plant. Well done I am blown away truly superb work ;)

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He's much better than Audrey 2! I've improved upon the man eating plant design

For starters....mine is mobile, and isn't restricted by no pot! No, no, this fellow can slither after you. No 'Feed me, Seymour!'...he'll go get the food himself  :devil: 

Also gave him a crushing beak and grasping tendrils [not sculpted, but visible on concept art] to better enable him to feed himself  ^_^

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