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Fantastic & crazy (in a good way!) - I love it!

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14 minutes ago, TheOldGuard said:

Fantastic & crazy (in a good way!) - I love it!

 

Thanks for the kind reply, TheOldGuard! I am happy found it to be nuts, but loved it nonetheless.

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Your stuff gets me every time, I love it!

 

Kang

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49 minutes ago, Kang said:

Your stuff gets me every time, I love it!

 

Kang

 

Thanks, Kang I am delighted you feel that way about my stuff. A morale boost is a;ways appreciated.

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Amazing! Henson labyrinth vibes, love it :) 

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2 hours ago, NyarlaBcn said:

Amazing! Henson labyrinth vibes, love it :) 

 

Thanks MUCHO, NyarlaBcn! Any comparison to Jim Henson's work is a compliment indeed.

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Mal. I've been meaning to comment on your work since I joined the site. I absolutely love what you do! Very Sid and Marty Krofft. I see "Lidsville" every time I look at your photos. That's a good thing, some of the best memories of my early trek through this life. Keep it up, your scratch building is an inspiration to me. 

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I don't know how I missed seeing this. Wonderful as always!

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4 hours ago, Flaming Tiki said:

Mal. I've been meaning to comment on your work since I joined the site. I absolutely love what you do! Very Sid and Marty Krofft. I see "Lidsville" every time I look at your photos. That's a good thing, some of the best memories of my early trek through this life. Keep it up, your scratch building is an inspiration to me. 

 

Thanks for the kind reply AND the link. I had never seen Lidsville before; I can see a connection to what I do...there are some interesting ideas to explore there.

I am happy you are enjoying my stuff. I keep at it as long as I can.

 

4 hours ago, Pochi said:

I don't know how I missed seeing this. Wonderful as always!

 

...it's never too late to leave a comment.

Thanks for the reply, Pochi. I am delighted you like the scene.

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Posted (edited)

I love your work so much...   I want to play in an amusement sized theme park of it!

Edited by korimar
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3 hours ago, korimar said:

I love your work so much...   I want to play in an amusement sized theme park of it!

 

...I have had Folks say that my stuff caused nightmares. Just Imagine what a Theme Park would do.

Thanks MUCHO for the reply, korimar. I am delighted you enjoy the stuff...we'll have to get you a Mushroom or two the brighten your nights.

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On 7/31/2017 at 1:39 PM, malefactus said:

 

SO the insanity will continue at least as long as the heart keeps beating...longer if I don't notice the stoppage.

 

 

 Eh... I'm sure Froggy the Great can cobble something together to keep you going long after the heart stops beating, lol.

 

 

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49 minutes ago, Mad Jack said:

 

 Eh... I'm sure Froggy the Great can cobble something together to keep you going long after the heart stops beating, lol.

 

 

 

...Froggy is The Man...or Frog Man...or whatever.

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I love everything about this!! The expression on the mushroom's faces, the spooky spirit fog, the tree, the wizard 'shroom, everything!!! :wub:

 

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Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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I know I said that before somewhere, but still: Absolutely reminds me of characters from a studio Ghibli movie.

 

Great work!

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