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FicticiousAnimationFeatured By OwnerSep 1, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
I was going to go on telling you how the models are different and bring up my own model and everything else, but it appears as if only the textures are different I can count parts and count parts but both models appear to be exactly the same.
~itsHelias94's model is indeed missing some cords on it's arms, though. You might want to look into that.