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  1. VIGNETTE TITLE...IT'S DOUBLE TROUBLE FIGURES...Reaper (Sugar # 50176 & Candy # 50024) NOTE...The whole vignette is scratch built except for the (2) miniatures...it is an oval base of (4" x 2 3/4")...the stone walk is my own plaster casting. EXECUTION...During my planning stage...I wanted to feature these (2) miniatures on the same static base (as a display type vignette) where the figures sort of mirrored each other in both weapon hand & out stretched hand. But my dilemma was in the choice of motifs... (A). Execute them in a really hard rock punker motif with darkened eyes, tattoos, torn hose, etc...or... (B). Execute them in a softer semi hard rock punker motif and still maintain the cuteness of the two figures... I chose to execute them in the option (B) style. I hope you like this little piece.
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