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44077, 44093 - People of the Dawnlands and Fertility Idol

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21 hours ago, 72moonglum said:

Love these,and that yellowish skin is great.  Did you find the detail on these was soft or was it easy to work with?

 

These are all in Bones Black, so the details weren't as soft as I've seen on some regular Bones models. Overall I've been pretty happy with the items in the Lost Valley expansion as far as level of detail goes.

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21 minutes ago, TheUncannyAK said:

 

These are all in Bones Black, so the details weren't as soft as I've seen on some regular Bones models. Overall I've been pretty happy with the items in the Lost Valley expansion as far as level of detail goes.

Good to know. I have these figures and want to paint them someday but they are hard to notice the detail without putting some paint on them. I’ve done these of the four cavemen and they came out pretty well. 

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