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Johnny Rocket, Exchange Mini for Traxia

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That is GORGEOUS. Your brushwork & color selection are OUTSTANDING. His expressive face & your metallic technique make the mini for moi...the Foul Sewer manhole cover was a high point. IMPRESSIVELY WELL DONE!

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Awww you guys... :blush:

 

Yeaaaaaahhh ! A french mini ;). Maow is a friend, i share your mini with him :)

Excellent paint !!! 

 

Thanks Parodius!  I have a few more by Maow in my queue, though some that I wanted were sold out by the time I learned of them.  ::(:

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I saw a few different figs available over at CMON. I got 2 of them a few weeks ago, not sure if this one was over there or not. Really like these Maow figures tho. Fantastic detail and I can't wait to paint mine after seeing what you did with this sculpt.

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