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Bones statuary (77378a caryatid column and bones 4 angel of death gravestone)

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Good job!

Paint the base the same way and leave her in it!

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40 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Good job!

Paint the base the same way and leave her in it!

I am strongly considering it.

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Looking good.  I find the bones statues need a metal base to help keep them from toppling. 

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