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02299: Wyvern at the Pond of Wonder and Tragedy

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My first experience with epoxy resin!  I learned that building something from sand and glue that looks watertight... is not actually the same as being watertight.  :-)

 

 

 

 

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Yeah, I was going for "there's a pile of gold at the bottom of this pool" but got something more like "there's a pile of glitter at the bottom of this pool" ;-)

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That is excellent it sets a great scene ;)

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