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Yep, the spots are gorgeous.  The overall blending on all of them is great too, from the spikes of the shells/scales/coat to the uniformity across the different (sweet, where'd they come from?) bases.

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I guess I'd be on the chorus stating how good the spots are. I thought the spikes on the first figures was just as pretty.

 

And I really get a "get off my log, ya whippersnappers" vibe from that second lizard-like figure. Maybe its just the wrinkles and armor shape that's giving me that feeling.

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All the Jungle Critters are BEAUTIFULLY painted & WONDERFULLY based. In addition to the much lauded spots, I'm particularly fond of the Turtle Warriors' shells, VERY WELL DONE all around!

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