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I love the denim, and the biker jacket really works!  :)  I've got a second Jesse Moonwalker to paint up, and you've given me some ideas for how to paint him up "modern-style" (as opposed to "Old West," which is how I did the first one). 

I still haven't quite figured out a good use for that cyber-arm option, though: If only there were TWO cyber-arms (left and right), I'm sure I could find something to bolt them to, even if the size weren't quite right.  (E.g., some sort of crazy steampunk robot with over-sized arms.)

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2 hours ago, Jordan Peacock said:

I love the denim, and the biker jacket really works!  :)  I've got a second Jesse Moonwalker to paint up, and you've given me some ideas for how to paint him up "modern-style" (as opposed to "Old West," which is how I did the first one). 

I still haven't quite figured out a good use for that cyber-arm option, though: If only there were TWO cyber-arms (left and right), I'm sure I could find something to bolt them to, even if the size weren't quite right.  (E.g., some sort of crazy steampunk robot with over-sized arms.)

Thanks, I was also confused by the robot arm, as it doesn't seem like something a werewolf would have...

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