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Air Jordan IV & III cement/bred

Air Jordan IV & III cement/bred

Crafts, Jet, Manualidades, Handicraft, Handmade Crafts, Craft, Arts And Crafts, Crafting

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Police character from the Vested Series by ZBrushCentral member Mike Andrew Nash

Police character from the Vested Series by ZBrushCentral member Mike Andrew Nash

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“Holding forth this sword  I cut vacuity in twain;  In the midst of the great fire,  a stream of refreshing breeze!”  - Shiaku Nyûdo  Part II of A Warrior’s Dreams Series [2013]  12” x 36” five-color screen-print  Madero Beach French Paper  Printed by Seizure Palace in Portland, OR  Price: $25

'A Warriors' Dream' Part II by Anthony Petrie “Holding forth this sword I cut vacuity in twain; In the midst of the great fire, a stream of refreshing breeze!

G-Shock GPW-1000TBS Titanium Limites Basel Model -4

G-Shock Titanium Limites Basel Model

C1 Quantum Gravity, Concord #watch. | Raddest Men's Fashion Looks On The Internet:…

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Horned speedy by AndromedaCollision on deviantART

The tradition of cultivating "bone scars" into horrific ridges and boney plates that cover their bodies has led some cultures to equate them with demons (the volatile nature of the Urgon race does nothing to dispel this misconception).

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