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The only gang is the no pants gang. 

 

Only reason I'm wearing pants now is because it's cold.

 

 

Nice job on them both. Love the eyes on Ingrid.

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I love the tabletop figures you put out Inarah, it's my goal to do something similar with the same speed you can do it. My problem is the amount of detail I that I almost feel the need to do since I'm a bit OCD. 

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