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« on: December 15, 2013 02:35:43 PM »

I painted this guy for a friend of mine. He is another one that I bought unfinished at a dollar store. In order to make him hold his cane (toothpick with a bead glued on) I had to break his arm off and then re-attach it at a different angle.

I was happy with it, but if I ever make another I think his bling should have more dimension. Maybe I would actually make a thugged-out chain instead of just painting it on. And perhaps some tiny rhinestone 'diamond' earrings or teeth. Lol!

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