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Old 13-06-2006, 04:04 PM   #16
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Ahhh :blush:

I remember my first head.......it was good as i remember, then we had breakfast in bed :nod: those were the days
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study for you!!!
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haha great work for a first model... only thing i got bad about it to say is about the ear hole... its too small but anyways.. great work
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umm, its not my first model, only my sirst head MarlonJohn.... but thats for the crit
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looks very cool for a first model
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