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Great print and nice paintjob!!

Are you going to add more details to the print, with maybe a paintjob?

How strong is it?

It looks like you need to handle it carefully.

Are you also planning on making it a moveable print? So it will have joints and the legs can move?


in this version of the test, they do not move, they are glued. yes I think still tint and stick decals. he taped durable good in 3 layers painted :) I just always careful :)


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