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Infamy Harry "The Hat" Hallahan

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After doing Sir Crossinguard I jumped back into the deep end and took on another of those extremely detailed Infamy The Big Smoke kickstarter sculpts.   This time I present 


Harry  "The HAT"  Hallahan













Comments/critiques...rotten fruit..room keys ..money ...all are welcome so feel free

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That's fantastic no rotten fruit from me ;) the basing is sweet too ;)

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SPLENDID! You captured the character of the piece in an OUTSTANDING manner. The details you graced the base with add WONDERFULLY to the effect. Like most of us, some refining of technique may be in order, but it is still VERY WELL DONE!

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That's really cool!


I can make out 'Down with Tesla'; what does the other picket sign say?

 I thought I smudged those enough that they would not be easy to read.   You are correct  "Down with Tesla" and "Freedom is ours".  The one he is standing is an image of a hand gun with the typical red circle and red line indicating "no handguns"

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