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Gantrell's Shipwreck Revenant - 77627

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Awesome entry, good work on the wood and I like that base!

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Welcome to the forum!  And congrats on your first post!

 

You certainly know how to make a good first impression! ::):  That revenant looks great!  

 

 And that water base is wonderful!

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Beautiful.  You will need to remove the first picture due to nudity.  Even if it is a carving...

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1 hour ago, Darcstaar said:

Beautiful.  You will need to remove the first picture due to nudity.  Even if it is a carving...

 

I think there are shells covering the outlawed bits on the sculpt. Should be okay... I think. :unsure:

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Nice work on this one! Love the base.

 

Yah, I think it's time I pick this one up if I can find it in the game stores in Eugene.

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Welcom! Great version - the water base is perfect, like how you picked out the the seaweed, and the purple octopus is a nice touch!

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