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That is an AMAZING transformation; the mane turned out BEAUTIFULLY. While the statue effect is SPLENDIDLY DONE, it does show that the pieces would also work well as actual animals...that also is one of the reasons the statues look SO good. All that aside, GREAT WORK!

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 I've picked up some really awesome non-metal figures and knick-knacks at dollar stores in the past...


(In fact, I just included a Safari LTD plastic toy dragon in the Box o' Goodwill the forum is sending around - aside from the wings being a bit small for my taste, it was otherwise a perfectly good sculpt for painting and using as a miniature.)

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