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OOH, but I do LOVE red! You've red is WONDERFULLY bright & warm. Your brushwork & basing is as OUTSTANDING as your eye for colors. VERY WELL DONE!

After such an impressive first entry, I nearly forgot...WELCOME ABOARD! Have a FUN stay!

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Wow that's beautiful, all of it ;) the wing membranes are so well blended

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