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10034, Wendell the Cheering Mousling

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Hi, here's another Mousling I just completed. Wendell the Cheering Mousling was sculpted by Gene Van Horne. He's part of the 10034, Mousling Tavern Boxed Set.

 

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Good work; he really looks like he's about to enjoy a nice frosty beverage.

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