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Looks really good. You chose a perfect red for the skin, the face is excellent. Only c&c is that I see some mold lines but I'm a sucker for that, it's always the first thing I notice. Even on my last mini, I forgot to remove quite a bit of the molding.

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10 hours ago, zemzero said:

Looks really good. You chose a perfect red for the skin, the face is excellent. Only c&c is that I see some mold lines but I'm a sucker for that, it's always the first thing I notice. Even on my last mini, I forgot to remove quite a bit of the molding.

Ha yeah that one on the robe was tough, I was scared to grind it down and mess up the detail of the coat.

 

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