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louisb

Awesome work!

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piterrrrr

This is my version .

 

 

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roscoeb

Thanks heaps :-)

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Phan Khang
On 4/27/2015 at 9:04 AM, piterrrrr said:

 

This is my version .

 

 

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So many versions out there. And they are not the same. Some shows that velvet come from jelly not blue carbon rilli, and chocolate from bloody mary, some say bloody mary from chocolate,... Do not know which one is correct. 

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NoGi

The version we have here is derived from the breeding done by members here - @Squiggle, @Gbang

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