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1 minute ago, Corsair said:

I like them! Unfortunately, the old fat grouchy pirate looks way too much like me.

Look a lot worse all big, compared to on my phone. The big guy has a super droopy sword (or one of those flexible Chinese (?) ones).

I painted him after Obelix. He also reminds me of one of the guys on the Sinbad TV series.

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