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Here are three Reaper Bones fungi-folk.  Not trying to compete with Malefactus or anything.  Just having fun with secondary colors.  I tried making my image file sizes smaller but it seemed to make the pictures blurry.  What do y'all think?

 

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Who doesn't love Mushrooms! Looks great! I love the colours!

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Those shrooms look great!

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A badger badger badger badger MUSHROOM MUSHROOM! (Just youtube the badger mushroom song).

 

The fungus among us are excellent. Great work!

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Good job.  Gotta add a handful of shrooms to my to-do stew lol

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Good work!:winkthumbs:

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Those turned out great!  I really like the monochromatic look on those.

 

 

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