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He looks great! Those conquistadors are going to be shaking in their boots!

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10 minutes ago, Kuroneko said:

He looks great! Those conquistadors are going to be shaking in their boots!

 

Thanks, and if they don't run fast enough, all that will be left are smoking boots.

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The dark body with the yellow mane is very striking, I really like it!

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2 minutes ago, Citrine said:

The dark body with the yellow mane is very striking, I really like it!

 

Thanks, for the Mane I used Fluo paints from Vallejo.

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OOh! Very nice.  I'm impressed you tackled that. I haven't taken mine out of the box. 

 

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37 minutes ago, Inarah said:

OOh! Very nice.  I'm impressed you tackled that. I haven't taken mine out of the box. 

 

 

I have the whole army.

The only thing I didn't get was the Coatl.

 

But I have that one now as a 3D STL file since I also backed the last KS...

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7 minutes ago, TheUncannyAK said:

I like him. He's got stripes and such a lovey mane. ::o:

 

Thx!

Happy you like him!

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1 minute ago, PingosHusband said:

He looks good, but it's the throne that's really stand out. That and the fire breath.

 

Thank you!

I appreciate it!

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That is an impressive figure with an impressive paint job. I like the stripes on the body and the contrast with the yellow.

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1 minute ago, Lostraven said:

That is an impressive figure with an impressive paint job. I like the stripes on the body and the contrast with the yellow.

 

Thank you for commenting!

I'm glad you like it!

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I've been excited for this for a while! Love that stripey pebbled skin and the gout of flame. The skull plinth is outstanding!

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16 hours ago, Rigel said:

I've been excited for this for a while! Love that stripey pebbled skin and the gout of flame. The skull plinth is outstanding!

 

Thanks!

It was fun to paint, so many details!

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