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When I was taking pictures of my Samedi yesterday I realised that I've never gotten around to taking pictures of the Tick Queen. Since she's a Reaper mini, she definitely belongs here.

 

Painted her up in 2016. At that time I just bought some fluorescent paints and I liked to paint eyes with them. Enjoy.

 

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