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Ooh, these puppies look great! The jungle bases really enhance the look.

 

I love what you did with the panther figure. Between the spots and the jungle it reminds me of a jaguar.

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Ooh, these puppies look great! The jungle bases really enhance the look.

 

I love what you did with the panther figure. Between the spots and the jungle it reminds me of a jaguar.

That was the intention :)

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