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Yeah, that guy is way cute.  :)  I think it's that way he's got his head cocked up and slightly to one side that makes him look so endearing.  Of course, that might vary depending upon Bones plastic warpage (or lack thereof).

 

If I were going to paint one up as a classic basilisk, I think I'd probably have to use some putty to give him big staring pupil-less saucer eyes to max out the creepy factor.  That said, I love the look of this one.  :)

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Yeah, that guy is way cute.  :)  I think it's that way he's got his head cocked up and slightly to one side that makes him look so endearing.

 

...or it could be that winsome smile. Be that as it may, it's the warm brown scales & the baby blues that make the mini for moi. VERY WELL DONE!

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