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Frost Giant 77544 DONE!

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Bananas! Every part of this guy is amazing! I don't even know what part of him I like best. Every part from the horns, to the armor, to his weapon, his skin tone, right down to the base all adds up to one show stopping whole. 

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Insanely well done, everything is superb what did you use for the icicles is it strong gel

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