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Halloween Goulie Bag - I got a Rock!

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Hah! Awesome!

 

Yeah - it was either this, or painting something a little ruder, but I decided, I'm not mad, so let's stay in the playful spirit of Halloween ::D:

That's perfect and very well done too!

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Hah! Awesome!

Yeah - it was either this, or painting something a little ruder, but I decided, I'm not mad, so let's stay in the playful spirit of Halloween ::D:

That's perfect and very well done too!

 

Thank you - I tried to do my best to make Charles M. Schulz proud. I feel it's the best "miniature" I've painted yet.

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Brilliant!!! You did a wonderful job, too; your freehand painting is very clean and smooth.

 

Also, welcome to the Reaper forums!!! I hope you don't hold the rock against them, they are an awesome and fun-loving bunch of folks. ::): This was just their way of adding a little fun holiday mischief. Plus, it came with free paint and candy, which is cool. :D

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Brilliant!!! You did a wonderful job, too; your freehand painting is very clean and smooth.

 

Also, welcome to the Reaper forums!!! I hope you don't hold the rock against them, they are an awesome and fun-loving bunch of folks. ::): This was just their way of adding a little fun holiday mischief. Plus, it came with free paint and candy, which is cool. :D

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

Thank you very much!

 

No, I don't hold anything against Reaper. This is my second year for the Halloween Goulie Bag - it's just teasing with my friends, "Ok, I'm making my Reaper purchase tonight, and knowing my luck, I'm gonna get the rock." It's like they heard my challenge and made sure to meet it, lol.

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Very clever, I bow to your imagination. And welcome to the forums! You should know that Reaper really did hear you, part of the Terms & Conditions of this forum is that they put listening devices in your home. From what I say about them, not only will I be getting a rock this Hallowe'en, they'll be personally come to my place to deliver them by throwing them at my place.

 

Ha ha, just kidding, ReaperBryan............or am I?

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Very clever, I bow to your imagination. And welcome to the forums! You should know that Reaper really did hear you, part of the Terms & Conditions of this forum is that they put listening devices in your home. From what I say about them, not only will I be getting a rock this Hallowe'en, they'll be personally come to my place to deliver them by throwing them at my place.

 

Ha ha, just kidding, ReaperBryan............or am I?

*eyes widen as I frantically search my house for listening devices* Lol!
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