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Need to work on my basing. Still, I don't think this little Hasslefree piece came out TOO badly.

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Well done!  You tree makes for a very nice prehistoric cycad!  Really cool!

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1 hour ago, Coydt said:

Well done!  You tree makes for a very nice prehistoric cycad!  Really cool!


Weirdly enough, this whole PIECE was about solving problems. The tree was the last of them; the base needed something for composition's sake. By sheer coincidence, the spouse found it at work and brought it home. "This is weird looking. Can you do anything with it?"

Before that, I needed something for Pebbles to lean on. Rock? Tree? I finally settled on the triceratops, but only after resculpting the neck so he was looking slightly off to his right, as opposed to dead ahead.

The Hasslefree pieces were, as always, a delight to work with. Made me glad I backed the KS.

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She better watch out - those pinecones will hurt if they land on her head! Worse than a coconut! 

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Super!

Dino and Cavegirl, two of my favorite subjects!

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