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Hah! Little did I know that the cloak was merely tedious. The challenges were yet to begin! 

 

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It's too good ... I would be afraid to touch it ... ever ... lock it in a vacume sealed vault ... you know, for the future generations ... 

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5 minutes ago, Boaz said:

It's too good ... I would be afraid to touch it ... ever ... lock it in a vacume sealed vault ... you know, for the future generations ... 

 

I was thinking that I needed to get a case for her - if she gets dusty there will be no good way to clean her!

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Awesome work!

The cape is a work of art, great face and I like the setting.

 

You should buy one of those rotating display domes for her!

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15 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Awesome work!

The cape is a work of art, great face and I like the setting.

 

You should buy one of those rotating display domes for her!

 

Got a source? WAMP lists them but hasn't stocked them in almost a year. Found one overpriced on ebay a while back. Something reliable would be great!

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4 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

 

Got a source? WAMP lists them but hasn't stocked them in almost a year. Found one overpriced on ebay a while back. Something reliable would be great!

 

Battlefield Berlin.

A German Webshop.

 

I will PM you a link tonight.

 

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Wow!  The figure is amazing, with an equally incredible base!  

 

I love how the feather grass turned out, and the inclusion of the real garnets is subtle and inspired.  

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Amazing!  Your hard work paid off!

 

The base is also very beautiful!  I try to thing of basing ideas all the time and this one puts all my ideas to shame!

 

You should be very proud of yourself.  You were already on a high level but I think you just leveled up again ::D:

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