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Great job, she looks very down to business. I find that for the most part Reaper’s moulds are built so the mould lines are in logical places but every now and then there are those buggers to get. Unlike the metals the mould lines on bones are not quite as easy to remove but the bones black are a definite improvement.


Btw, I like the pairing. I imagine a long suffering faithful servant and his unrequited love for his beautiful but distant master.

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