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I'm happy to see you are also out of your funk, Siri. It's great seeing all the work you are putting out again.

 

Yea that was a pretty nasty spell i had for a while, with no inspiration and no desire to work on anything

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I'm happy to see you are also out of your funk, Siri. It's great seeing all the work you are putting out again.

 

Yea that was a pretty nasty spell i had for a while, with no inspiration and no desire to work on anything

 

 

I know exactly what you mean, but it looks like we both came out of it ready and recharged. So looking forward to seeing what you do with all your projects. Really love the idea for this diorama.

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Poor Parasurolophos! Is it going to be recently deceased or somewhat chewed on? lol Love watching this take shape!

 

Probably hard to tell, but it has slashing cuts around its belly where the raptor is standing, and i gouged a chunk out of its throat =) so recently deceased, and wounded

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