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03492, Autumn Bronzeleaf Elf Wizard

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It seems she doesn't like what she sees!

What a great expression on her face!

 

As for the paintjob:

 

 

 

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ah! wow! Splendid! The NMM are outstanding! The only thing I don't really like is the hi-light green, but thats just a matter of taste, cause it looks very good!

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