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Ellus Mann Reaper 03606 OSL

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I really like this!  What really sold it for me was the head shadow falling on his right shoulder.  The shape is right, and my suspension of disbelief was maintained!  Good job on the doodads hanging from the belt, too.  First effort?  Nicely done.  Keep up the good work.  

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