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I took pictures of many of the Crystal Brush entries at Adepticon earlier this month.  The photos are not always the greatest quality, sorry, but since so many didn't make it onto the official site I figured this is better than not seeing them. 
 
There are so many beautiful paint jobs and assemblages!
 
There's an entire album on Photobucket here (mild nudity in one photo).  Here are just a few:
 
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ETA: Swapped out one picture because of nudity.

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Impressive. You got some skills Pingo.

Thank you, but just to be clear I didn't paint them!

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Impressive. You got some skills Pingo.

O.o ... I didn't paint them!

 

Come, now! Stop being so modest! We all know of your renowned talents!

 

/I kid, I kid

 

Edit: That TV one was a cool idea. My fav.

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Impressive. You got some skills Pingo.

Thank you, but just to be clear I didn't paint them!

Maybe he's talking about photography skills....

Well, I did think that it was her work, but to be fair her photography is better than mine anyway.

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Great pics!  Thanks.  Now, does anyone else see the Kraken swallowing a laceless sneaker?  I had to do a double take, and pretty sure it is the tongue, but, the sneaker is right there.  Anyone?

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