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How many pieces of flair does he have?

Seriously though, excellent work!

Great idea. Great execution.

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Thanks everyone. I must admit to being curious as to why there are two threads here; one with a description, but no pics, and one with pics, but no descriptions. Trying to fix...

 

...later. The fix seems to have worked.

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Wow!!! I love this so much, such a fun and clever idea, executed brilliantly! Your paint job is beautiful and clean, and the freehanding on the pizza (I assume it's freehand...?) is excellent! Well done indeed! ^_^

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Amazing conversion and execution.

The colorful buttons and patch in the back are a great touch.

Though, I don't think I'd want grated cheese from its rusty cheese grater-hand thinggy...

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The Jarlsburg is in his other pocket.  Seriously, that is a great piece.  love the execution and the idea is stellar!

 

Pizzarific dude!

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