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Very nice! It looks like the real thing! Makes me think of Fallout II... *shudders*

 

Thx!

 

*** Mission accomplished***

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That's great!  I agree, it has a very realistic appearance.  

 

Thanks Chris!

 

Appreciate it!

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Both Bug & Base are GORGEOUS. Your SPLENDID brushwork & eye for colors have made it so. VERY WELL DONE!

 

Thx Al!

 

Glad you like the critter!

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I really like the metallic effect you manage to get on that scorpion.

 

Thank you!

 

It's something new I tried, glad you like it.

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Awesome!

 

Thank you and thanks again for the advice!

 

***Gets the Zippo ready....***

 

Nice work!

 

Thx!  I think you're gonna need a bigger lighter!

 

That turned out perfect. Love it!

 

 

Thanks Mel!  Happy you like it!

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Great colors. I love using those MAS bases too. 

 

Thank you!

 

I appreciate it!

 

And for my Lost world Project I use both the MAS ( Jungle Bases)  and the Tabletop Studio Art bases ( Dark Lizard Temple Bases)

 

They are perfect for it!

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