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'gator skull

April 5 2002 at 8:47 PM
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Response to So what's the most gross material you've ever used?

Not me, but a friend of mine. He was a drywall installer, and a real honest-to-God artist at fantasy dioramas. He would always carry a cloth bag around and pick up any odd things that struck his fancy - sticks, stones, bits of plants, bones, insects, and such.

The alligator skull - a small one - ended up as the remains of a "dragon" or some similar beast.

Top that, fellow tank wusses. I won't even try.

 
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