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Dino-Alive (as oppose to Man-alive) this will be great! And Jurassic World is coming out soon! You should totally have it finished on the date of the release of the movie: June 12, 2015.

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Dino-Alive (as oppose to Man-alive) this will be great! And Jurassic World is coming out soon! You should totally have it finished on the date of the release of the movie: June 12, 2015.

 

yeaaaaaa no haha! I'm trying to learn to paint slower, not faster  ::P:

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*offers to share his bucket o' popcorn with other watchers*

 

*nom nom nom*

 

So... are you done yet? Got more pics for us to oggle over?

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*gnashes teeth* darn raptor arms! Gah! Why do they have to be so difficult? The alpha raptor's arms went on just fine...but the other guy...he got two left arms on his sprue. Did my best to bend the second one into the proper shape  :unsure:

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