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These are neat. That spider. <3

 

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Looked through the figures again and noticed that they are all tied together with the red gem style. What about the bronze bull? Is there a red gem somewhere? 

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pcktlnt, I meant to paint the eyes on the bull that way, but they are so deep set I decided against it.

See? This is why I have a 30/0 brush. People laugh at it, and say it only has one hair, but I could'a painted those eyes...I could'a been a contender...

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