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I buy this guy for some practice with green OSL.. Best view is when he is upside-down, like a dead bug ;)

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  1. Alex Alex

    Very nice. Awesome!!
    Is it possible to make a tutorial for those lines in the body?

  2. Świstak Świstak

    lines on body… great, you acheived extremally high level, good job! Im proud that Poland have such a good painter ;d

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