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Fantastic paint job (on a pretty cool model); lots of character there, well done.

Do note however that linking to commercial sites where products are for sale is against forum rules. Mention them, but don't link to them.  ::):

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Fantastic paint job (on a pretty cool model); lots of character there, well done.

Do note however that linking to commercial sites where products are for sale is against forum rules. Mention them, but don't link to them.  ::):

OK thank ;)

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This figure has a lot of character. I like the way the painting looks kind of like a painting itself.

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THIS IS THE PAINTPOLICE.

 

That's it buddy!  You've been painting one amazing mini after the other.

You really thought we wouldn't catch you?

 

Now get into the car!!

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