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These photographs are great.  I love the immersive little worlds you create, scary and yet so colorful and fun. 

 

Your mushroom people have always been full of character.  The addition of arms and legs takes them to a new dimension.  I like the poor burdened Flunky mushroom, but they all are terrific pieces.  Thanks for sharing!

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32 minutes ago, Pingo said:

These photographs are great.  I love the immersive little worlds you create, scary and yet so colorful and fun. 

 

Your mushroom people have always been full of character.  The addition of arms and legs takes them to a new dimension.  I like the poor burdened Flunky mushroom, but they all are terrific pieces.  Thanks for sharing!

 

Thank you for the kind reply, Pingo. Posting/sharing is my pleasure. Without the fora, my stuff would be unseen by anyone save myself. Those who view & comment make creating things a joy.

I am delighted you like the Mushrooms & their setting. The scenery boards & the Folk that inhabit them are slowly coming together to produce a story, hopefully one worth hearing.

The Flunky will be happy to hear you like him best. The Wizard & his Cap seem to get the most notice.

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I love looking at your stuff (even though I might alays comment).  I especially like how well they fit into the settings you build.  This group of fungi are no exception. The freehand used on the tops to distinguish the different shrooms is great.

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2 hours ago, Silvervane said:

I love looking at your stuff (even though I might alays comment).  I especially like how well they fit into the settings you build.  This group of fungi are no exception. The freehand used on the tops to distinguish the different shrooms is great.

 

...much as I would like to, I don't comment on threads & pieces as much as I should. Of course, you just gave me a bit of motivation to be better.

Thanks for the comments, Silvervane! I am happy you like the Mushroom Fellows & the setting. I really enjoy doing freehand, SO your approval is appreciated.

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