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03884 Komodo Dragon by Glitterwolf

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9 minutes ago, Pingo said:

Beautiful work!

 

Thank you!

I can't emphasize enough what a great sculpt this is!

It's a joy to paint and I felt it deserved a nice base!

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The Monitor Lizard/Komodo Dragon painted up SPLENDIDLY. The base did , however, steal the show. VERY WELL DONE!

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14 minutes ago, malefactus said:

The Monitor Lizard/Komodo Dragon painted up SPLENDIDLY. The base did , however, steal the show. VERY WELL DONE!

 

Thanks Al!

It is your basing that inspired me to pay more attention to bases.

Especially for the monsters and characters I like to do something extra.

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12 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

Thank you!

I can't emphasize enough what a great sculpt this is!

It's a joy to paint and I felt it deserved a nice base!

 

Aww, thanks.  You did a great job.  The resin pour turned out really really good.  I really need to try that someday.  Thanks for bringing my baby to life!

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