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First of all great work!

I love the marble effect.

 

Second.. Thank you so much for the idea!

I have on of those lions and I have parts of the lioness ( used the head tail and paws for a conversion once, still have the body.)

Now I know what to do with those!

 

*** Steals idea, hops into a fast car ( painted red so it moves faster) Laughs like a maniac and drives off. *****

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