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3 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Yes, especially in the third (from the figures right side) one.

 

Very cool!:winkthumbs:

 

I agree with Chaoswolf here. 

 

I like the figure.  It's executed very well. 

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13 minutes ago, Darkmeer said:

 

I agree with Chaoswolf here. 

 

I like the figure.  It's executed very well. 

Can't lie, he's an excellent sculpt!

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Just now, 72moonglum said:

Can't lie, he's an excellent sculpt!

 

And you've done the figure much more justice than many.  You've captured John Belushi, and Hugh Jackman at the same time.  That, sir, is an accomplishment! 

 

That and it's a purple Samurai.  So much fun!

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12 hours ago, Darkmeer said:

 

And you've done the figure much more justice than many.  You've captured John Belushi, and Hugh Jackman at the same time.  That, sir, is an accomplishment! 

 

That and it's a purple Samurai.  So much fun!

Yeah, I was multitasking! Looks like both but neither at the same time! And who doesn’t love a purple samurai?

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