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    That's a nice relaxing pose. You made good "cup of tea", LOL!!! And I like that plant in the dio. Well done!

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    Excellent as usual!
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    Beautifully executed!!
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    That is sweet. Whose HS is that?

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    Wow, that is really something. Great job on the grime.
    I'm a cowboy, on a steel horse I ride. Wanted, Dead or Alive.

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    wow...thats cool
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    Love the natural poses, the exceptional weathering, and the little "slices of time" you're captured.

    The incongruity of the battle-beaten tanker, taking a tea break while daintily holding his cup and saucer, is classic.
    Wayne
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    Matsu, he's outstanding! Great job with giving him that "heft" to make him look even more life like.

    You've really been showing us some terrific figures.


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    This is a perfect example of the heights that our hobby can be taken too.

    You have created a wonderful moment here.

    Well done.
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    Thank you for everybody!

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    Thank you very much.

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    i enjoy all your work.
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    That is out-of-this-world wrk, Mats
    It is incredibly difficult to achieve a very realistic pose, even a casual one, and you've done it. Masterful.

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    Great figure and diorama! The tea is a great touch.

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    Thank you for everybody!

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    Very nice. Is that a Tom Sizemore head sculpt?
    got privilege?

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    Thank you very much.

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    made by red planet toys.

    I am a Tom Sizemore fan.

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