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5 minutes ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

Get three coffins ready

They're in line on the to-do list. ::P:

 

I still have a bunch of skeletons sitting here patiently waiting to be finished.

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3 hours ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

Get three coffins ready.

 

Pretty cool work - I especially like the outcome of the wooden parts and the metal joint (or whatever it is called).

 

I though want to express that gallows always make me feel uncomfortable.

My mistake, Four Coffins:) Great Clint Eastwood reference:)

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