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Bombshell miniatures has purchased this ring-tailed rascal and he'll be available in resin as part of their KritterKin line!! 

Thank you guys for all the feedback and support, it means a lot to me.

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13 minutes ago, Rainbow Sculptor said:

Bombshell miniatures has purchased this ring-tailed rascal and he'll be available in resin as part of their KritterKin line!! 

Thank you guys for all the feedback and support, it means a lot to me.

My son will be thrilled to hear that.

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9 hours ago, Rainbow Sculptor said:

Bombshell miniatures has purchased this ring-tailed rascal and he'll be available in resin as part of their KritterKin line!! 

Thank you guys for all the feedback and support, it means a lot to me.

 

Niiiice. 

 

Uh oh, I think I hear my wallet whimpering because a bunch more minis went on the wishlist... ^_^

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