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Once the "But those are GOOD brushes going to waste!" reaction wore off., I have to admit that your creation is UBERCOOL, BEAUTIFULLY painted, AND VERY IMAGINATIVE. I find the Maow pieces to be inspiring; painted to this standard adds FANTASTIC to the mix. VERY WELL DONE!

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