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News, April 2014:
The Workshop section is still expanding. Commissions are still coming in, and the waiting list is getting longer, but it's still under 6 months. I'm gradually uploading audio clips, so potential purchasers can hear what my beasties sound like.

The Video section now has an eclectic set of clips of Diabolus in action.

As always, if there's anything you spot on the site that needs immdediate attention, I generally respond to being poked. Just email me with *poke* in the subject line and I'll at least wake up and wonder who on earth poked me. paul@diabolus.org

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