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Thread: Wamp Releases Faceless Wraith & Lady of Madness

      
   
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    Wamp Releases Faceless Wraith & Lady of Madness

    Wamp has two new 1/12th busts.

    Both sculpted by Lee Jae Chi (Wamp's very own revliss).

    Both cast in high quality resin.

    Lady of Madness



    Faceless Wraith



    Both are in stock now and can be found here: Wampstore
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    Shop at the Wampstore Wamp Corporate

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    Very nice! Love the faceless wraith!

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    and i was looking for this thread at the wrong place

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    I think I'll have to add the tentacle chick to my next order. Unique looking work! Revliss do you have any other work out there available?
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    there 2 on my table

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    Very interesting pieces. May pick up one of those once I've moved
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